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Loch Ederline



According to Canmore this attractively located crannog within beautiful Loch Ederline is:

'a tree-covered boulder mound, the dry area being c 7m in diameter at the time of survey....around 75% of the site is submerged. The diameter of the base of the stone mound is 17m, and the site is located 55m from the modern W shore of the loch' [see Cavers, M G (2003a) 'Argyll Crannog Survey (various parishes), crannog sites', Discovery Excav Scot, vol.4 Page(s): 26]
3rd August 2013ce

Comments (2)

A very beautiful place, cheers Mr G. drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
3rd August 2013ce
You aren't going to go wrong around Loch Awe, to be fair D. There are a few sites in Kilmartin, too. Or so I've heard........ GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
4th August 2013ce
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