Monthly Archives: July 2016

Featured Row – Stalldown on Dartmoor

The Stalldown row on Dartmoor is among the most impressive in Great Britain and certainly worth a visit. Following a recent visit the Gazetteer entry has been updated and a Sea View article added. The Gazetteer entry includes fresh photographs, an updated plan showing the newly identified southern extension to the row and a possible […]

Featured Row – Lakehead Hill, East

View from the north east of the row and associated cairn with cist. Following recent fieldwork on Lakehead Hill the Gazetteer entry for this stone alignment has been enhanced. Fresh photographs together with some observations on the visual links and reveals are now available here. The precision of the visual link with Longaford Tor is remarkable […]

Site updates for June

June was a very busy month for site updates – a total of nearly 60 sites received updates in the form of new plans and photos being added. The vast majority of these sites are located in Scotland (including a new ‘disputed’ row at Loch Buie) or on Dartmoor in Devon, having been surveyed by Sandy Gerrard himself […]

Loch Buie stone row

Looking south eastward along the row. At Loch Buie on Mull there is an interesting grouping of prehistoric sites including a fine stone circle, a kerbed cairn and four standing stones. Three of the standing stones are situated in the same field as the stone circle and are aligned broadly along a common axis. The […]