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Useful websites related to Dartmoor or Prehistory


Ancient Penwith The prehistoric landscape of the Land's End peninsula

Archaeology Data Service The ADS supports research, learning and teaching with freely available, high quality and dependable digital resources. It does this by preserving digital data in the long term, and by promoting and disseminating a broad range of data in archaeology.

Dartmoor Tinworking Research Group The Dartmoor Tinworking Research Group (DTRG) is dedicated to study and preservation of the unique and world-class tin mining heritage of Dartmoor

Devon Archaeological Society The Devon Archaeological Society, founded in 1928, is an active and friendly organisation with a membership of over 800.

Devonshire Association Includes a page of links to old Internet Archive copies of the Transactions of the Devonshire Association.

Heritage Gateway The location of the English Heritage Historical Environment Records.

Prehistoric Monuments of Dartmoor Bill Radcliffe's very comprehensive listings of Stone Circles, Stone Rows, Cists and related monuments.

Southwest Landscape Investigations Archaeological Research, Survey and Geomatics by Dr Phil Newman MCIFA, FSA. The website includes links to many downloable PDFs or surveys done on Dartmoor and elsewhere by Phil Newman. An ongoing investigation into the prehistory of Great Britain encompassing the stone circles, standing stones, henges, hillforts, burial chambers and barrows that scatter the countryside of these islands.

The Megalithic Portal World-wide Ancient Site Database, Photos and Prehistoric Archaeology News with geolocation.

The Modern Antiquarian - Dartmoor The Dartmoor section on The Modern Antiquarian website, based on Julian Cope's book of the same name.

The Stone Rows of Great Britain A website maintained by Sandy Gerrard dedicated to documenting and researching the stone rows of Great Britain.

Dartmoor Information

Dartefacts A Dartefact or Dartmoor Artefact can be defined as; an object, site or feature found on Dartmoor, typically of cultural, historical, cartographical or geological interest.

Dartmoor Archive The Dartmoor Archive project is supported in part by The Dartmoor Trust. The Trust is an independent charity established in 1996 to grant aid practical projects which help benefit Dartmoor, the region designated as a National Park, its landscape, communities and visitors. The archive includes photos by Burnard and Falcon amongst many others - see the Search page.

Dartmoor Crosses Photos of the various crosses on and around the moor.

Dartmoor Firing Notices Gives the times when firing is taking place on the parts of the moor where there are firing ranges.

Dartmoor Magazine Published four times a year, Dartmoor Magazine prides itself on being specialist, independent and locally owned.

Dartmoor National Park Authority The official national park web site has lots of useful information.

Dartmoor News Dartmoor News was established in 1986 and is edited by Paul Rendell

Dartmoor Perspectives Photographs of the Forest and Commons of Dartmoor.

Dartmoor Preservation Society Founded in 1883, the Dartmoor Preservation Association is a charity that works to protect the special qualities of Dartmoor and carries out active conservation projects.

Dartmoor Rescue Group The Dartmoor Rescue Group comprises 4 teams to cover the 365 square miles of Dartmoor and beyond.

Dartmoor Society an independent group dedicated to sharing well-researched information and promoting the well-being of Dartmoor and its communities.

Devon Perspectives A personal view of some of Devon's favourite places and characters in words and pictures.

Devon Public Rights of Way To find out more about your local footpaths, bridleways and byways please use our interactive map which displays all the public rights of way in Devon as well as access land and the Dartmoor Commons.

Legendary Dartmoor The legendary Legendary Dartmoor! A valuable source of information on all aspects of Dartmoor.

Visit Dartmoor Tourist information with Visit Dartmoor

Who Owns Dartmoor? Part of the Who Owns England website by Guy Shrubsole. Details on who owns Dartmoor.

Dartmoor Walks

Dartmoor CAM Photos and walks on Dartmoor

Dartmoor Walker Site that aims to cover every Tor and hill on Dartmoor. Numerous walks with suggested routes.

Dartmoor Walks (Richard Knight's) Lots of interesting walks on Dartmoor with photos.

Dartmoors Daughter Guided Dartmoor walks & nature-connection experiences to transform health, wellbeing & inspire care for our natural world

Divine Dartmoor Walks Exploring the odd and interesting on Dartmoor National Park.

Dr Tom Greeves Dartmoor Walks Guided walks of the archaeology of Dartmoor

Plymouth Ramblers Plymouth Ramblers is organised within the framework of the national "Ramblers". Most of our walks are within a 20 mile radius of Plymouth.

Other useful links

Dartmoor Explorer Bus The daily Dartmoor Explorer bus.

Dartmoor Line The re-opened hourly Exeter to Okehampton train service

Met Office Tavistock 5-day weather forecast The Tavistock forecast is probably the most useful local weather forecast.

Travel Line SW Comprehensive and impartial public transport information across Great Britain for all modes of public transport.

Page last updated 23/05/22