Saturday, 22 June 2013

Stonehenge

Stonehenge, Amesbury. Looking E. 35 degrees N. Stonehenge. Outer Circle from within and Inner Circle of foreign stones represented by the stump and two erect masses of dolerite. To the left is one of the intact trilithons, and one of the dolerites of the Inner Horseshoe.
BGS image ID: P203213
Stonehenge, Amesbury. Looking E. 35 degrees N. Stonehenge. Outer Circle from within and Inner Circle of foreign stones represented by the stump and two erect masses of dolerite. To the left is one of the intact trilithons, and one of the dolerites of the Inner Horseshoe.
Stonehenge, Amesbury. Looking N. 15 degrees E. Stonehenge. Stones (fallen and erect) of the Outer Circle from without showing the two remaining trilithons.
BGS image ID: P203217
Looking N. 15 degrees E. Stonehenge. Stones (fallen and erect) of the Outer Circle from without showing the two remaining trilithons.

Photographs taken 1926 by J. Rhodes.

Bob McIntosh

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