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STANTON DREW COVE

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  THE COVE
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A cove, comprising three standing stones forming a rectangle with an open side to the south-east. The 'back' slab has fallen, but the other two stones remain upright. All are of different heights, the back stone being 4.4 metres, the south western 3.1 metres, and the north eastern 1.4 metres. The stones of the cove are mineralogically different from those in the nearby stone circles.

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