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Kilcrohane / Image by Meic

How lovely, an impromptu meet of modern antiquarians, hope you all enjoyed your day out Posted by costaexpress
04 Dec 18ce

Kilcrohane / Image by Meic

Love it :-) thelonious Posted by thelonious
03 Dec 18ce

Kilcrohane / Image by Meic

Sheep are always good posers and it's very apt for a stone pair on The Sheep's Head Way. Meic Posted by Meic
03 Dec 18ce

Kilcrohane / Image by Meic

Ha, terrific shot :) thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
03 Dec 18ce

Carlingwark Loch / Image by markj99

Tx Spencer. It's a hard job but... I've been stoning in Perthshire this week so sorry about the delayed reaction.Watch out for new sites. Mark Posted by markj99
03 Dec 18ce

Langdale Axe Factory / Link by The Eternal

Thought you'd already done that full review yourself.... :-) GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
25 Nov 18ce

Carlingwark Loch / Image by markj99

Good to see someone else interested in the crannogs etc thataway...keep 'em coming : ) spencer Posted by spencer
24 Nov 18ce

Pembrokeshire / News by moss

There is of course plenty of chariot burials round here (Yorkshire) at Pocklington. What is rather beautiful about this find is the enamelled horse dressings. Think horse/pony equals an E-type jag, a valuable possession. It will be exciting though. moss Posted by moss
23 Nov 18ce

Hindwell Pool / Link by drbob

Hindwell Pool is mentioned on the reputable website www.cpat.org.uk/projects/longer/palenc/palenc.htm which discusses its possible connection with the Neolithic complex - although it acknowledges there is as yet no direct evidence to confirm it existed in Neolithic times. Posted by Birksy
23 Nov 18ce

Pembrokeshire / News by moss

Somehow I think we're going to be enthralled by next year's dig results. A major find...and as to the disbelief encountered, never say never. Great preservation quality already. spencer Posted by spencer
23 Nov 18ce

Pen-y-Gaer (Aberglaslyn) / Image by postman

Nice, love it :-) drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
21 Nov 18ce

Auchindoun / Image by thelonious

I love it round there :-) drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
21 Nov 18ce

Pen-y-Gaer (Aberglaslyn) / Image by postman

Thanks.
It is, in one of the wilder parts of Wales.
postman Posted by postman
19 Nov 18ce

Pen-y-Gaer (Aberglaslyn) / Image by postman

Cool zoom. looks like a great site. ryaner Posted by ryaner
19 Nov 18ce

Süntelstein / Image by Nucleus

Well, I suppose that shows some of the locals feel strongly about the story. Others might not be so happy :0 Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
18 Nov 18ce

Auchindoun / Image by thelonious

I'll appologise in advance Drew as it's probably nothing exciting. Still the area round Ord Hill is lovely and worth the trip alone. thelonious Posted by thelonious
18 Nov 18ce

Auchindoun / Image by thelonious

Nice one foto sir. (Ian Suddaby, the archaeologist, and me will have a look at Ord Hill) drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
17 Nov 18ce

Ardlair / Image by thelonious

Sweetcheat visited Corrstones during that visit. Good angle for the foto sir :-) drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
17 Nov 18ce

Ardlair / Image by thelonious

Thanks HD :-) thelonious Posted by thelonious
15 Nov 18ce

Ardlair / Image by thelonious

I love this. Absolute belter of a site, situation and photo. Marvellous. Howburn Digger Posted by Howburn Digger
15 Nov 18ce

Ardlair / Image by thelonious

If you have time Corrstones stone circle nearby is worth a look as well. Hope you have a good trip :-) thelonious Posted by thelonious
14 Nov 18ce

Ardlair / Image by thelonious

Absolutely lovely.
Got me a bit excited, as I'm coming up to Aberdeenshire in a month, and Ardlair is definitely on my list.
Sold!
Posted by ruskus
13 Nov 18ce

Craig ty-glas / Image by GLADMAN

Thanks... I do love the landscape of northern Mid Wales.
GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
13 Nov 18ce

Grime's Graves / Image by thesweetcheat

Yes, very much so (wonderful/frustrating). Worth the effort for all that though. thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
13 Nov 18ce

Grime's Graves / Image by thesweetcheat

I've passed by but didn't stop.... must be wonderful/incredibly frustrating at the same time. Bit like Bru na Boinne. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
13 Nov 18ce
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