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New Hagg

Standing Stone / Menhir

<b>New Hagg</b>Posted by megadreadImage © megadread
Nearest Town:Sheffield (10km E)
OS Ref (GB):   SK25798708 / Sheet: 110
Latitude:53° 22' 46.52" N
Longitude:   1° 36' 44.14" W

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From Redmires Road, follow the path on the opposite side of the road from the reservoirs that follows the "conduit": a man-made drainage ditch that empties into the upper reservoir and marked on the map at SK 26018578. You'll need to follow this for about 1km till you come to a junction with a path crossing a small bridge on your left, and a path to your right onto the moor. You need to take the latter for about 200 metres downhill. The standing stone is roughly 100 metres onto the moor in a NNE direction.

Standing around 1.2 metres high, surrounded by mature heather and aligned roughly North / South I noticed this particular stone one day whilst making my way back from the Reddicar Clough / Ash Cabin Cist and heading towards the Headstone (.5km NNW), there's no history i know of as i can't find reference to it anywhere but the weathering on it's top certainly suggests it's been stood for a very long period and probably back in to prehistory.
megadread Posted by megadread
20th December 2009ce