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Round Loaf

Artificial Mound


This site is very prominent when viewed using the aerial photo feature on multimap. IronMan Posted by IronMan
2nd April 2002ce

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Hi, hoping someone can help. I love visiting stone circles and anything ancient and historical. I was at Pikestones today (Mon 18th Aig 2008) and took a walk north towards Round Loaf. I found a hill with a collection of stones in a mound on top but havinh had a look at the pics of Round Loaf on here and Google Earth I am now doubting that what I found was Round Loaf. It took me about 15 mins heading north easterly to reach this hill and the mound was not as shapely as round loaf looks. The mound I found was more flat but definitely a hill. Can anybody help. If this was not round loaf what was it and how far was I from round loaf? Thanks Posted by Saban-of-Stonehenge
18th August 2008ce
You was probably on Hurst Hill which has a modern pile of stones.

Round Loaf is on open moorland, not on a hill.

Round Loaf from Hurst Hill:

baza Posted by baza
19th August 2008ce
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