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Tower of London to Stanton Moor

PostPosted: Tue Jan 02, 2018 9:18 pm
by Merlin
Does anyone know anything about the line that runs from the Tower of London (HM Tower & Fortress to gives its correct name!) and the King's Stone on Stanton Moor in Derbyshire. Is this part of the Fortress Line? Are there any maps? Not looking for straight line alignment but where the lines may pass through and cross

Re: Tower of London to Stanton Moor

PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 3:24 pm
by mike
Hi Merlin, for my money I dont think you have any strong Leys or paths at Tower Of London, I dowse a slight influence at the west corner of the site, but thats all in my honest opinion....If you follow the south Ley from the Nine Ladies on Stanton Moor again in my opinion you pass through Cassington Cottages on Google Map, and Brailsford Luke Lane and East of Stretton A 38 and Chapel Green and Barford and Lyneham and Clanford going further south from there....Dont think it links with the Tower Of London going south, interesting it misses Rollrights to the east of by not much, and might cross the big stone site just a little further south, have to check that out.