Stone Troughs

All stone troughs, usually made of cut granite, which lie scattered abandoned across Dartmoor. Troughs were usually used by farmers to store water and/or food, perhaps even tools... Some troughs were beautifully cut but, during transportation, were damaged and thus left abandoned. Other troughs are in their intended locations.

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