|The Hanging Stone/Burton Passage Grave
|A polygonal chamber formed by a capstone supported by three orthostats, with no
trace of a barrow. Dry-stone walling was noted between the orthostats in 1864 and
stones in the adjacent hedge have been seen as further megalithic elements,
possibly representing a short passage.
Numerous boulders and rock outcrops in the area have suggested a cluster of
cromlechs, but this is not substantiated.
(source OS 495 card; SM90NE17)