REVEALS ALONG THE ROW TO A LANDMARK FORMED BY THE ROW BEING BUILT ACROSS THE LIMIT OF VISIBILITY

Tolborough Tor on Bodmin Moor

At least 10 stone rows are built across the limit of visibility to the landmark or feature that they are aligned on. This is a rare characteristic of stone rows but is unlikely to be a coincidence and forms one part of the often complex visual relationships between stone rows and their landscape.

In common with all the different visual links identified so far it is almost certain that further work will identify additional examples of this type of visual relationship. Please get in touch if you find any that are not recorded here. Some visual links are only observable in perfect conditions and as a result can be easily overlooked. In many instances the visual links were identified only after a second or even more visits. For further information please click here.

 

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