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The Grubstone Stone Cirle can be found on the Burley Moor area of Rombalds Moor (West Yorkshire, England).
There is some debate about the monument type, but most seem to refer to this being a disturbed kerbed ring cairn, embanked stone circle or a cross between the two. Exacavations within the circle around 1846 revealed a cremation and a flint “spearhead”.
This area of Rombalds Moor is rich in archaeology with a significant number of large monuments of different types still visible. The landscape around the Gurbstones also has several tracks which are evident as linear depressions.
Model created from 33 images captured on 21 October 2016 with Phantom 2 mounted GoPro 3+ black.