Stone Rows

A stone row, is a linear arrangement of upright, parallel megalithic standing stones set at intervals along a common axis or series of axes, usually dating from the later Neolithic or Bronze Age. Rows may be individual or grouped, and three or more stones aligned can constitute a stone row. "Alignement", a French word, has been used to identify standing stones rows of long ‘processional' avenue.

Challacombe Stone Row



England, UK.

Grid Ref: SX689809

Fernworthy Stone Rows


Fernworthy Forest


England, United Kingdom.


Grid Ref: SX655841