One of the many crosses that can be found in the Dartmoor National Park.
The cross measures 12 feet 8 inches (3.86 metres) tall and 4 feet 4 inches (1.32 metres) across the arms.
The shaft is 2 feet 1 inch (0.64 metres) square.
Most of Dartmoor’s crosses have been carved out of single blocks of granite.
This cross is made of 10 layers of roughly cut granite blocks, topped off with a pointed rock.
The blocks are of differing sizes, which interlock with each other .
It was erected at the expense of William Widgery, the well known local artist,
and bears the inscription - 'W. Widgery, Fecit, Jubilee, V.R.'
On the North Western edge of Dartmoor , North of Tavistock.
Location: SX 5395 8558