Category New Sites

Featured Row – Stannon on Bodmin Moor

The probable stone row at Stannon on Bodmin Moor is a combination single and double stone row measuring at least 144m long, including at least 11 widely spaced small and medium-sized stones situated on a gentle NW facing slope. The row is orientated SSE to NNW and has noteworthy visual links with Brown Will, Rough […]

New Stone Row on Dartmoor

A new stone row has recently been built on Dartmoor near Hay Tor. In contrast to the earlier examples the purpose and date of this one are beyond doubt.  This line of stones has been constructed to prevent vehicles straying onto the moor from the nearby car park and by the looks of it we […]

Loch Buie stone row

Looking south eastward along the row. At Loch Buie on Mull there is an interesting grouping of prehistoric sites including a fine stone circle, a kerbed cairn and four standing stones. Three of the standing stones are situated in the same field as the stone circle and are aligned broadly along a common axis. The […]