Ashbury Tor
Near Okehampton Taken By Dave Bellamy
Ashbury Tor
The outcrop at Ashbury Tor is either very small, or buried under the gorse to the left. Either way, I didn't hang around to investigate as the hail storm approaching from the right looked (and was) very intense.
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Date:
17 December 2011
(2831 Days Ago)

Time:
13:37:00

Camera:
Sony Alpha DSLR-A200

Easting/Northing:
260458,94102

Grid Reference:
SX604941

Latitude:
50.72972226125

Longitude:
-3.9785923104501

Elevation:
295m

Direction:
265°

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Steve Grigg 26/08/2012This does look a possibility for Ashbury Tor. However, a more likely place is the "Roman Chair" about 200 metres away from where this photograph was taken.

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