For those who do not have a frames browser, here is a list of all the separate pages on this site which you can click through. Some stone circles have only one page devoted to them, others have more.

Ash-House Wood Stone Circle in Cumbria.

The Beacon in Cumbria, a ruined circle but a beatiful spot.

A Mysterious Welsh stone circle known as Bedd Arthur Bedd Arthur Bedd Arthur.

Blakeley Raise Stone Circle Blakeley Raise Stone Circle (an out of the way but well preserved circle).

Bratts Hill stone circle on Burn Moor Burn Moor Burn Moor.

The Broadstones, a now destroyed circle near Malborough, Wiltshire.

Castlehowe Stone Circle in Cumbria.

The Castlerigg Stone Circle Castlerigg Stone Circle (one of the most famous circles in Britain).

The now ruined Coate Stone Circle, near Swindon.

The Cwm Garw Cwm Garw Cwm Garw Cwm Garw Standing Stones.

The Devil's Arrows Devil's Arrows (a line of three huge standing stones).

The Druid's Temple Druid's Temple Druid's Temple Stone in Lancashire.

Dyffryn Dyffryn Dyffryn Dyffryn Dyffryn Dyffryn Dyffryn Dyffryn Dyffryn stone circle in the Preseli Hills.

The sad tribute to Falkner's Circle near Avebury.

The Giant's Grave a large pair of standing stones, near Lacra.

Gors Fawr Gors Fawr Gors Fawr Gors Fawr Gors Fawr Gors Fawr Gors Fawr Gors Fawr Gors Fawr Gors Fawr Stone Circle in the Preseli hills.

The Grubstones Stone Circle in West Yorkshire.

The Kirk Stone Circle in Cumbria.

The complex of circles and rows at Lacra Lacra Lacra Lacra Lacra in Cumbria.

The secluded circle of Langdean Bottom Langdean Bottom Langdean Bottom in Wiltshire.

Long Meg and her Daughters Long Meg and her Daughters Little Meg Little Meg.

The enormous Mayburgh Henge, Mayburgh Henge by the River Eden in Cumbria.

The Meayll Hill Meayll Hill, circle on the Isle of Man.

The Meini Gwyr Meini Gwyr Meini Gwyr, now sadly ruinous.

Oddendale Stone Circle Oddendale Stone Circle (a curious pair of concentric circles).

The Parc y Meirw Parc y Meirw stone row, which allegedly sites on a mountain across the irish sea.

The Devil's Quoits Stone Circle Devil's Quoits Stone Circle Devil's Quoits Stone Circle Devil's Quoits Stone Circle Devil's Quoits Stone Circle (destroyed in the war but currently being re-erected).

The Rudston Monolith Rudston Monolith Rudston Monolith Rudston Monolith (the tallest standing stone in Britain).

The marvellous Swinside Swinside Swinside, stone circle.

Torhousekie, stone circle.

The Twelve Apostles Stone Circle in West Yorkshire.

The ruined Circle of Waun Mawr Waun Mawr Waun Mawr.

The two White Moss stone circles on Burn Moor Burn Moor.

The last traces of Winterbourne Bassett near Avebury.

I also have a web site dealing exclusively with the Stone Circles of Derbyshire.

The contents of these pages are freely available for anyone's use (except where I have had material donated from friends and well-wishers, which may be copyright of the donor) credit me if you like. I'll appreciate it if you do, but won't care if you don't.