A probable single stone row at Gray Hill in South Wales measures 78.7m long, includes 6 different sized stones and is situated on the upper south facing slope of a prominent hill. The row is orientated north west to south east and leads from one side of a kerbed cairn. A further cairn survives in […]

A single stone row at Mynydd Clywedog measures 123.6m long and includes at least 10 small and medium-sized stones situated at the western foot of a pronounced ridge. The row is orientated north to south and protrudes from deep peat which means that the stones will be much bigger and others may be completely hidden. […]

Searle’s Down stone row which lies within Colliford Lake is a combination single and double stone row measuring 306m long, including at least 36 mainly small-sized stones situated within Colliford Reservoir. The row is orientated NNW to SSE and has several visual links to the landscape.  Some of the row will have been destroyed by […]

View from north east (Scale 1m). Nant y Wern also known as Pant Serthfa is a single stone row measuring at least 5.95m and possibly 54m long, including at least four or six small and medium-sized stones situated on a gentle south facing slope. The row is orientated north to south and is built across […]

Stones forming part of the row. View from north (Scale 1m). Rhos y Beddau in North Wales is a double stone row measuring 50m long, including at least 36 mainly small-sized stones together with some medium-sized stones situated on a natural terrace with restricted views that include a glimpse of distant Wenlock Edge. The row is […]

Stalldown, SE is a probable single stone row measuring 21m long, including at least seven small and medium-sized stones situated on a gentle south facing slope. The row is orientated north to south and is situated close to two later reaves and is built across the limit of visibility to Plymouth Sound.  Nearby are several cairns […]

A double stone row is recorded in Canmore at Ladystone Farm near Inverness. A visit to the site during the summer revealed that it is not a stone row and instead represents the remains of a field wall.  In places the feature is formed by a rubble bank whilst in others the stones are set […]