Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks, walking the Stone Rows and Stone Circles of Dartmoor
Dartmoor Site: Black Tor (Stanlake) Stone Row

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Black Tor (Stanlake) Stone Row

Black Tor (Stanlake) Stone Row

Photo taken on 25-05-2015

Prehistoric Dartmoor Walks: Dartmoor Walk: Sharpitor area Stone Rows and Cists
OS Map: SX 56988 71381
OS Source: SRGB
NMR record: SX 57 SE 35
HER record: 4994
Megalithic Portal: 1771
The Stone Rows of GB: Black Tor Stanlake
PMD: Black Tor Stanlake Stone Row
Alternate name: Black Tor (Stanlake)
Short Name: SR:Stanlake
Butler map: 45.14
DPD page: 24
Exist: Yes
Record: Unique
Record Source: PDW
Cairn Class: No
Dimensions (m): 295
Lidar: SX56997138
Notes: "A Bronze Age Stone Row lies just inside, and is partly buried by, a substantial field boundary. The row extends from SX57217155 to SX57007137, some 294m long and includes at least 57 visible stones. Its north-eastern end is denoted by a substantial blocking stone and its lower south-western end by three funerary cairns. The row can be seen as three distinct parts forming the whole. The northern part includes 39 stones, the central group of 8 stones is separated from the northern row by a 66.2m wide gap whilst the southern group is on a slightly different alignment to the others. The row is unusual in that the blocking stone is at the upper end and a cairn lies at the lower end." Lethbridge diagram and photo p.24.
Nearby sites: SX56997138

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