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Arbor Low Photo Gallery

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Arbor Low entrance
The circle is approached through a gap in the henge earthworks
Arbor Low
This is the best view of the entire stone circle, from the earthwork bank
centre of Arbor Low
These two large stones are laid flat in the centre of the circle
Arbor Low ditch and banks
Here you can see how wide the ditch inside the earthworks has become
Arbor Low centre stone
One of the centre stones, aligned towards the entrance to the circle
Arbor Lowstones
Looking from the entrance to Arbor Low

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