Featured Row – Butterdon, East

Eastern stone. View from west (Scale 1m).

Butterdon, East on Dartmoor is a single stone row measuring 55m long, including three substantial stones situated on a gentle east facing slope with an extensive viewshed.   The two largest stones are recumbent and only a stump and fragment remain of the third. When standing the end stones would have been taller than 5m. The row is orientated ENE to WSW. The row has a sea view and stands in the vicinity of five stone rows, several cairns and prehistoric settlements.

The western stone. View from west (Scale 1m).

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