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<b>Trowlesworthy Warren</b>Posted by LubinImage © Peter Castle ©
Nearest Town:Plympton (8km S)
OS Ref (GB):   SX571647 / Sheet: 202
Latitude:50° 27' 50.62" N
Longitude:   4° 0' 49.18" W

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<b>Trowlesworthy Warren</b>Posted by Lubin

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The kist at Trowlesworthy Warren is one of the most accessible as it is close to the path that runs up from the confluence of the Blacka Brook and the Plym.The path goes past the warren house which is now a farm and heds up to the tor.The kist is around 50 metres to the left of the path where it meets the leat running to the clay workings. Lubin Posted by Lubin
28th April 2005ce