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Ord South (Chambered Tomb) — Images (click to view fullsize)

<b>Ord South</b>Posted by A R Cane A R Cane Posted by A R Cane
15th November 2017ce

Tirryside Broch — Images

<b>Tirryside Broch</b>Posted by A R Cane<b>Tirryside Broch</b>Posted by A R Cane A R Cane Posted by A R Cane
15th November 2017ce

Dun Dearduil South (Hillfort) — Fieldnotes

Just to the south west and slightly downhill from Dearduils highest point, home to the wonderful North fort, is another fort. This one, however, hasn't aged quite so well.

A lot of the walls have fallen down the slopes but rough boulders still surround the fort especially to the south. Canmore suggests these walls could have been up to 5m wide surrounding an area up to 31m in length and 26m wide.

After that it was find a nice spot for something to eat and a easier route in which to walk or fall down the hill. Mr T and myself showing how to fall down holes and Mrs T showing how to stay upright.

Visited 24/10/2017.
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
7th November 2017ce

Corrimony (Clava Cairn) — Images

<b>Corrimony</b>Posted by Nucleus<b>Corrimony</b>Posted by Nucleus<b>Corrimony</b>Posted by Nucleus<b>Corrimony</b>Posted by Nucleus Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
4th November 2017ce

Clava Cairns — Images

<b>Clava Cairns</b>Posted by Nucleus<b>Clava Cairns</b>Posted by Nucleus Nucleus Posted by Nucleus
4th November 2017ce
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