Featured Row – Stalldown, SE on Dartmoor

Stalldown, SE is a probable single stone row measuring 21m long, including at least seven small and medium-sized stones situated on a gentle south facing slope. The row is orientated north to south and is situated close to two later reaves and is built across the limit of visibility to Plymouth Sound.  Nearby are several cairns a substantial prehistoric settlement and of course with this being Dartmoor, several other rows.

Plan of Stalldown, SE stone row.

 

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