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Dundry Stones

Stone Row / Alignment

<b>Dundry Stones</b>Posted by vulcanImage © vulcan
This site is of disputed antiquity. If you have any information that could help clarify this site's authenticity, please post below or leave a post in the forum.
Nearest Town:Bristol (6km N)
OS Ref (GB):   ST563668 / Sheets: 172, 182
Latitude:51° 23' 52.82" N
Longitude:   2° 37' 41.63" W

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<b>Dundry Stones</b>Posted by vulcan


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[visited 21/10/2006] Er... this is, to all intents and purposes a wall of stones. Not a dry stone wall so much as large stones laid end on end to form a wall. If its on the Wansdyke then I presume it was a rampart of sorts dating to that era.

To my semi-knowledged eye, its not a prehistoric Stone Row (tm). Awesome views of Bristol though!
juamei Posted by juamei
22nd October 2006ce


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Disputed Antiquity
This site is not a Scheduled Ancient Monument and is not widely recognised as prehistoric.
Posted by TMA Ed
11th May 2006ce