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Dartmoor Site: Upper Erme Stone Row & Cairn Circle

Upper Erme Stone Row & Cairn Circle

This site is featured on the Ivybridge 2: West Erme - Burford, Stalldown and Erme Rows and Cairns walk. These photos are of the Upper Erme Stone Row and Cairn on Stall Moor ( SX63526443 Butler Vol. 4. Map 55: 7). The Erme stone row is the longest on Dartmoor at around 3.3km. The row terminates at its southern most end with an impressive cairn circle, an unrestored stone circle with a diameter of 15.8m.

These photos were taken on the 19th March 2011 and the 26th April 2011.

See also: Guide to Dartmoor Stone Rows

Bibliography & references

Butler, J. Dartmoor Atlas of Antiquities: Vol. 4. - The South-East (Devon Books, 1993)

Upper Erme Row & Cairn Circle (19/3/11)

Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle

Erme Row & Cairn Circle (26/4/11)

Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle
Erme Row & Cairn Circle

Erme Row & Cairn Circle

Upper Erme Cairn 2 (26/4/11)

Erme Cairn 2
Erme Cairn 2

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