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The Warrior Stone

Standing Stone / Menhir


The Warrior Stone
Visited 22.9.10
Directions: drive through Ingoe hamlet and when you get to the fork in the road go right. Over the cattle grid and park on the grass (plenty of room). The top of the stone is visible on the brow of the hill to your left but is difficult to spot due to the trees in the background. Walk across the field, over the field gate and a short walk takes you to the stone.
The stone itself is weathered similar to the nearby Matfen Stone.
What remains of the Barrow can be identified as a low mound in the field near the stone.
The Warrior Stone is easy to access and worth a visit when in the area.
Posted by CARL
5th October 2010ce

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