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Trowlesworthy Stone Row East

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<b>Trowlesworthy Stone Row East</b>Posted by stewartbImage © Stewart L Robotham
Nearest Town:Plympton (8km SSW)
OS Ref (GB):   SX576639 / Sheet: 202
Latitude:50° 27' 25.18" N
Longitude:   4° 0' 22.74" W

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Shorter (but less attractive) access arrangements (from those given in the link) are to park at Blackaton Cross (SX570632) and follow the track NE past the clay works.

The two alignments here are unusual in that they have different orientations. West runs E/W and East runs N/S.
greywether Posted by greywether
14th December 2003ce

This row is part of a complex that includes a circle and a second row just to the west.

Trowlesworthy east is a double row with a separation of about 1.4m. It joins the circle at the SE and runs away S for about 130m.

There is a more modern leat running through the row about halfway down but this can easily be stepped over.
Posted by stewartb
9th May 2003ce

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Posted by stewartb
9th May 2003ce