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Trehudreth Downs Stone Row

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<b>Trehudreth Downs Stone Row</b>Posted by Mr HamheadImage © Mr Hamhead
Nearest Town:Bodmin (8km SSW)
OS Ref (GB):   SX128730 / Sheet: 200
Latitude:50° 31' 34.19" N
Longitude:   4° 38' 29.21" W

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The stone row is split into two sections. Both lie on the northern side of the downs and are not easy to find. None of the stones are more than about a foot high. The western row has I think 7 or 8 stones then there is a bog gap to the eastern row which has about the same number. At the far eastern end of the eastern row is a stone about three foot long but now lying in the grass. A grass covered mound beside it is possibly a buried stone..there ia definatly something hard beneath the grass. Mr Hamhead Posted by Mr Hamhead
26th May 2005ce

Trehundreth Downs Stone Row - 31.3.2004

Full 8 figure grid refs = SX12477292 to 12757302

Not that much to see. I was tired by this point so didn't count or plot what I could see. I found this difficult to find from the west. Easier to find from either Greenbarrow or the Greenbarrow Downs Cairns. From any of these walk north west and you should walk right through the row! The row is low and small. One bonus is that you can clearly spot the Trehundreth Downs Stone Setting from this row. If you want to see a totally different type of row (tall, long and chunky) pop over the A30 and try to find Colvannick Tor Stone Row.
pure joy Posted by pure joy
7th April 2004ce
Edited 7th April 2004ce