Threestoneburn House


England Northumberland Rest of England NT 97151 20552
Lat 55.478786   Long -2.0467132


Plan of the Threestoneburn House stone circle and row.  Recumbent stones in stone circle shown green and upright stones shown grey. Row stones are highlighted red. Source: Waddington and Williams, 2002, 6.


Type: Single Length: 36m
No. of stones: 4 Size of stones: Medium and large
Orientation: 18° Altitude: 313m
Upper end: Stone circle Lower end: –
Straight (Yes or No)  : No Sea View: No
Context:  –
Notes: Two of the stones are described as being almost entirely submerged in the peat.

Other Information

Public Access:  Yes
Land Status: Northumberland National Park
Scheduled Ancient Monument: Yes

Online Resources 

Megalithic Portal     Modern Antiquarian     PastScape     Historic Environment Record

Northern Archaeology

Other Sources

Waddington, C. and Williams, A., 2002, “A Survey of Threestoneburn Stone Circle”, Northern Archaeology, 19, 1-22.

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