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| Sherwell Long Barrow |
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|Description ||Sherwell Barrow and its alignment with the cairn-topped summit of Corndon Tor, 434m, approx SE. The stones in the middle of the pic were dowsed by the group (in 2001) as the remnants of a dolmen-like structure. (If this was correct, the larger stones were probably used in building walls, as Sherwell is an ancient settlement). The tiny white stones, left centre, near the bottom of the barrow's eastern slope, seem to be remnants of a stone row. In 2001 my dowsed 'processional route' went through them. The 'High' stone mentioned in previous pics of the 'SE entrance' is just visible at the end of the barrow, under the bushes.|
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