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HIGH BRIDE STONES

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Eleven standing stones in two groups, which are possibly the remains of a pair of Bronze Age "four poster" stone circles. This may also be the remains of a stone alignment. This site was recorded as park of the North York Moors National Mapping Programme. Nine Bronze Age standing stones are visible as structures on air photographs. The stones are approximately aligned south-east to north-west with a cluster of four together possibly forming a circle. The features are extant on the latest 2009 vertical photography.

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