The Dunnastone

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The Dunnastone is a large, rounded granite boulder, split into three pieces, located in a gully. It is marked on a 1796 map and although now hidden by conifers it would have once been very obvious and probably quite significant as a navigation feature.

The Archaeology of Fernworthy Forest, Dartmoor, Devon. A New Survey, July 2013, page 45.

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