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YELLAND STONE ROW

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Double stone row partly in tidal area. The Stone Row lies on the foreshore of the River Taw estuary just below Mean High Water. The area is covered by mud and shingle banks and also saltings which are dissected by narrow, sinuous water channels. Five stones were visible at low tide, three at the SE end of the row and two near the NW end; the remainder are almost certainly buried under the mud of a reed-covered salting although they are difficult to trace by probing.

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