Tregeseal Stone Circle

A Neolithic to early Bronze Age (2500 - 1500BC) Circle of 19 stones - 0.8m to 1.5m tall.
Appears to be the Eastern Circle of a group of 3 Circles in a row - similar to The Hurlers ( Minions). Four stones from the Middle Circle are in a field hedge. The existance of the Western Circle is suggested by aerial photography.
Carn Kenidjack is in the distance in these photos.
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Location - West Cornwall - Lands End Penninsula / West Penwith
On the edge of Moorland to the east of St Just / Tregeseal .
FP from Kenython Lane / or a few Parking spaces and a sign to the monument 1 mile along the lane through Tregeseal / or park Woon Gumpus Common - FP to Carn Kenidjack.
Ref:
2686.7
Date:
2016-01-08 00:00:00.0
Location:
SW 3864 3236
Photographer:

Tregeseal Stone Circle

A Neolithic to early Bronze Age (2500 - 1500BC) Circle of 19 stones - 0.8m to 1.5m tall.
Appears to be the Eastern Circle of a group of 3 Circles in a row - similar to The Hurlers ( Minions). Four stones from the Middle Circle are in a field hedge. The existance of the Western Circle is suggested by aerial photography.
Carn Kenidjack is in the distance in these photos.
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Location - West Cornwall - Lands End Penninsula / West Penwith
On the edge of Moorland to the east of St Just / Tregeseal .
FP from Kenython Lane / or a few Parking spaces and a sign to the monument 1 mile along the lane through Tregeseal / or park Woon Gumpus Common - FP to Carn Kenidjack.
Ref:
2686.7
Date:
2016-01-08 00:00:00.0
Location:
SW 3864 3236
Photographer: