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This well-shaped cross, which is chamfered all round, is of a later period than most on the moor. William Crossing puts its age down to the 16th Century and suggests that it may be a replacement for a much older cross that once stood on this site. It is in good condition and, unlike most crosses on the open moor, doesn’t appear to have needed repair. The cross is set into a large socket stone which is largely in the ground,it stands beside the Grimstone and Sortridge leat.

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Additional Photos by Leslie Bennett (williewhistler) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1247 W: 41 N: 2372] (16606)
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