Copyright: Paul Blades. Original available at Megalithic Portal.
|Wales||Ceredigion||Mid Wales||SN 72276 83349|
|Lat 52.433155 Long -3.8801332|
Plan of the Buwch a’r Llo stone row (Source: Google Earth).
|Type: Single||Length: 120m|
|No. of stones: 3||Size of stones: Only large|
|Orientation: 75°||Altitude: 322m|
|Upper end: –||Lower end: –|
|Straight (Yes or No) : No||Sea View: No|
|Notes: They may be standing stones or natural stones according to DAT.|
Category: Possible. The fact that only three stones survive, the considerable size of the gap between the two eastern stones and the western one and its position next to a road means that it is not possible to be certain that this is a stone row. However, a stone row interpretation best fits the surviving evidence and the setting is certainly typical for this type of monument.
The pair of stones at the eastern end of the row. View from west.
The eastern pair. View from the north.
The eastern end of the row.
The western stone. The eastern stones are hidden behind the rising ground. Other stones would have been removed by the road. View from west.
Walking eastward along the row the end stones are revealed. The construction of the road has altered the local topography and led to the destruction of much of the row.
This row is situated next to the public highway and car parking is available next to the eastern stones.
|Public Access: Yes|
|Scheduled Ancient Monument: CD231|