Looking at: More Plan Forms

The article looking at plan form has been updated with those stone rows measuring greater than 200m long. Two separate drawings have been created. The first includes rows measuring between 100m and 200m long and the second depicts rows measuring more than 200m long. The first drawing is at the same scale as the shorter ones, although they are shown with a variable north arrow. The stone rows in the second drawing are also shown with a variable north arrow, but in order to get them to fit onto the screen they are shown at different scales.  Work on updating these illustrations will continue, but in the meantime this represents the most comprehensive set of available Great British stone row plans. Together they permit an overview of the resource, highlighting informative patterns and providing an insight into their variable character.

Simplified plan illustrating the form of stone rows measuring between 100m and 200m long. The rows are arranged according to their latitude with Scottish ones at the top and SW English ones at the bottom. Scottish rows are presented against a light blue background, Welsh rows against a light green background and English rows (pink).  The orientation of the rows are indicated by separate north arrows. Empty frames indicate that the plan form of the row is not currently available.

Simplified plan illustrating the form of stone rows measuring more than 200m long. The rows are arranged according to their latitude with Scottish ones at the top and SW English ones at the bottom. Scottish rows are presented against a light blue background, Welsh rows against a light green background and English rows (pink).  The orientation of the rows are indicated by separate north arrows and the size by a 100m long grey scale bar. Stones shown grey no longer survive. Empty frames indicate that the plan form of the row is not currently available.

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