Harbourne Head

This has to be one of the most obvious of the river heads on Dartmoor. It is a fairly large bright green and mossy depression giving rise to the Harbourne, a relatively minor river on the high moor. A path to the north that also passes the standing stone gets you really close to the head.

Possible C Stone, just NW of Wisdome Mill Bridge

Reference: Many thanks to Sheron Vowden for pointing this out, and for supplying the NGR and accompanying Featured Image. Is there a ‘C’ inscribed onto this stone? There are several similar stones along the south side of the lane to Hele Cross.

Possible C Stone, Hele Cross

Reference: Many thanks to Sheron Vowden for pointing this out, and for supplying the NGR and accompanying Featured Image. Is there a ‘C’ inscribed onto this stone? There are several similar stones along the south side of the lane to Wisdome Mill Bridge. Is this really incised?

Tor Quern?

Reference: Noted by Sheron Vowden (who also kindly supplied both the Featured Image and NGR) – is this a quern or even a mortar stone?