Distribution of single stone rows
During the past week a new page looking at the distribution of single stone rows has been added to the web site. Single stone rows are those that include a line of single stones. More than half of the Great British rows are of this type. Analysis has revealed considerable regional differences and highlighted some of the more unusual sites. This is a draft paper and feedback is as always welcome. Hopefully this sort of analysis will help us appreciate the varied character of the stone rows and perhaps eventually provide useful insights into these special places.
Ballymeanoch – a short single row composed of large stones.