View from the south of the Hanging Stone which is said to represent the upper end of the row.
|England Devon Dartmoor SX 58359 63682 Lat 50.45575971 Long -3.9967631|
|Type: Single||Length: ?|
|No. of stones: ?||Size of stones: ?|
|Orientation: 138°||Altitude: m|
|Upper end: ?||Lower end: ?|
|Straight (Yes or No) : ?||Sea View: Yes|
|Notes: There are large numbers of surface stones within the vicinity of the Hanging Stone. None can be convincingly resolved into an alignment and therefore it seems probable that this site is not a stone row.|
View along the suggested line of the row. The stone in the foreground is one of many in the area. View from south east.
There are a large number granite rocks in the area to the south east of the Hanging Stone. It was not possible to resolve them into a single convincing row. View from the south east with the Hanging Stone on skyline.
From this angle several stones seem to form a sinuous alignment, but the large number of other rocks in the area means that positive identification was not possible. A detailed survey may resolve the matter, but for the present the identification of this site remains uncertain. View from south east.
|Public Access: Yes|
|Land Status: National Park|
|Scheduled Ancient Monument: No|