Looking passed the 4.2m high blocking stone , standing side on , of the Eastern Stone Row. The tallest example on the Moor.
The blocking stones were re-erected in 1893 in their original sockets.
The alignment is 82m long, single row of 3 recumbent and 11 upright stones with an average height of 0.4m
A cairn denotes the upper end of the alignment a 9m diameter mound standing up to 1m high. A hollow in the centre of this mound the result of excavation or robbing. Surrounding the cairn is a ring of seven upright stones .
Location: SX 5921 6699