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Dartmoor Site: Stonetor Hill Cairn Circle

Stonetor Hill Cairn Circle

OS Map: SX 65250 85470
OS Source: Constructed
NMR record: SX 68 NE 115
HER record: 54535
Megalithic Portal: 3478
Alternate name: Stonetor Hill (HER 54535)
Short Name: CC:Stonetor
Turner: G12
DPD page: 133
Exist: Yes
Record: Unique
Dimensions (m): 20
Notes: Dubious site. Possibly site listed as Stone Circle G12 by Turner. "Two upright slabs situated in the shallow valley bottom above the headmire of the E arm of the Stonetor Brook. The slabs, 1.2m high, are positioned in line 1.0m apart and lie on the boundary of Gidleigh Parish and the Forest of Dartmoor, now Dartmoor Forest parish. The N face of the E stone has the letters 'GP' (Gidleigh parish). The S face is lichen covered. A deep water filled erosion hollow lies on the N side of these stones". For a photo of this site, see Boundary stone on Stonetor Hill
Nearby sites: SX65258547

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