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Henry's Brae


<b>Henry's Brae</b>Posted by GLADMAN
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Henry's Brae (Hillfort) by GLADMAN Looking north to Tinnis Castle... the density of ancient settlement around these parts is.... or rather was... breathtaking.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
26th June 2014ce
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I have lived smack in the middle of this for over a decade and I am still trying to come to grips with the sheer quantity of hillforts, settlements, cairns, cremation cemeteries and stones within an area around 5 X 8 miles centred on the Kilbucho/ Drumelzier area (roughly the Clyde/ Tweed watershed). The Kilbucho Valley below Crosscryne is chock full.
It is bewildering.
Howburn Digger Posted by Howburn Digger
27th June 2014ce
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