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Wester Cowden Farm

Stone Row / Alignment


About a mile south of the bridge over the Earn at Comrie, on the moor of Dalginross, and on the left side of the road going to Glenartney and Braco, there is a well-known standing stone, popularly named after Samson.

It is one of a group of three. The other two are lying to the east, and on the upper side of the eastmost one, there are twenty-six cup marks.
From 'Notes on Cup-Marked Stones, Old Burying -Grounds, and Curing or Charm Stone, near St. Fillans, Perthshire' by J M Gow - Archaeological Review October 1888.
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
29th June 2012ce

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