Opposite the sharp road junction.
Notes: Steve Grigg provides the following details: This rather incongruous slab of concrete (approx 0.9m x 2.5m) is a platform on which the horses from the Huccaby Races (late 19th century / early 20th century) were accurately measured. As described on the Legendary Dartmoor website: “When pitting horse against horse in a race it is vital that all the competitors are of an equal measure to ensure fair play and for this a level base was needed“.
Reference: Steve Grigg, who also kindly supplied Dartefacts with the NGR.
Max Note: Classified under ‘Misc. Stones’ until I can work out what it should go under!
Reference: Steve Grigg pointed out these rocks that he described as a “mini tor” above Upper Swincombe Farm.
Reference: Steve Grigg kindly supplied both the NGR and details for this benchmark, crediting Side by Side.