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Cerrig Lladron

Stone Row / Alignment


Cerrig Lladron - Coflein

Remains of a stone row, situated within open moorland on a level terrace below Cerrig Lladron. The three stones are aligned from NNE to SSW, the row measuring 17m in length overall. The row is aligned with the large round cairn on the summit of Cerrig Lladron (PE298), which is about 200m to the SSW. The largest stone measures 2.5m in height, 1.9m in length and 1m in width. Its nearest neighbour, that to the NNE, measures 0.4m in height, while the stone situated to the SSW measures 0.7m in height. A further upright stone is situated immediately to the NE of the largest. It measures 0.6m in height and may have been displaced from the row.
moss Posted by moss
3rd April 2010ce
Edited 3rd April 2010ce

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