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Cefn Gwernffrwd

Stone Row / Alignment

<b>Cefn Gwernffrwd</b>Posted by tuesdayImage © nix stewart
Nearest Town:Llanwrtyd Wells (14km E)
OS Ref (GB):   SN737493 / Sheets: 146, 147
Latitude:52° 7' 37.5" N
Longitude:   3° 50' 42.86" W

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Wow. It is over 11 years since we last visited. But noticed there is much more information online about this complex since then

Dyfed / Cambria Archaeology carried out a survey in 2007 which says there was another stone row recorded in 1975 which is no linger visible. Lots of detailed info, references and drawings here:

Some notes / images on the Stone Rows blog:

They still haven't linked it to this though
nix Posted by nix
5th October 2017ce

The stones lie on a line tangential to the ring cairn and are roughly aligned in the directions of the midwinter setting or midsummer rising sun

3 stones av. 0.5m(h), 0.4m(w), 0.4m(d). 2.0m and 0.4m apart
tuesday Posted by tuesday
9th October 2006ce