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LONG STONE

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A stone marking the boundary of three parishes. It was referred to as the "Langstone" in a documentary source of 1240. It is fairly well preserved despite an erosion hollow. Its proximity to a Bronze Age stone row has led to assertions that it may be of a contemporary date. Scheduled.

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