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MONUMENT NO. 1393244

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A prominent outcrop of granite at SX61259157 has been extensively quarried. The weathering of this outcrop has resulted in striations which could be easily cut into slabs. Around the perimeter of the outcrop is a turf-covered fringe of stones and small boulders. This could be interpreted as a tor cairn but it is most probably the spoil from the quarrying activity.

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