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|Description ||Harford Moor North, Dartmoor, Devon SX652599
At the upper reaches of Butterbrook are a double and a single row of stones, on a similar alignment. The northern single row crosses beyond the end of the double row. The stones are smaller than those of the double row, some hardly showing above the ground, and not easy to see in all the loose natural stone of the area. There is no obvious western end to the row, and the furthest stones here are more or less adjacent to the cairn of the double row. Towards the east, the row pretty much disappears into the clitter of the natural rock strewn slope, but traces can be seen for a distance of about 100 metres.
Looking southwest down the Butterbrook valley on a horrible solstice eve afternoon.|
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