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Butterdon Hill


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Butterdon Hill (Cairn(s)) by thesweetcheat Looking south from Butterdon stone row, just south of Hobajons Cross. Butterdon Hill (north) is on the left, and the two prominent Butterdon Hill summit cairns are on the right. Hangershell Rock can be seen on the far right.

The stone row has curved gently across the moor, starting just north of the central barrow in the picture, approximately a mile away.
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On the buses (and trains) – Pt 3 Dartmoor
thesweetcheat Image Credit: A. Brookes (10.6.2010)
Posted by thesweetcheat
6th July 2010ce
Edited 23rd August 2010ce
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