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Kinbrace Hill

Chambered Cairn

Kinbrace Hill (Chambered Cairn) by GLADMAN The even larger NE cairn, presumably chambered and according to Audrey Henshall "almost square with rounded corners". What is that all about?
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
29th June 2015ce
Edited 4th July 2015ce
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Comments (3)

I'll have a large one please,
postman Posted by postman
29th June 2015ce
I literally blundered upon this last year... to my mind, with the associated long cairn, one of the finest monuments in all Scotland that I've had the pleasure of seeing. Visualise a larger Grey Cairns of Camster intact and unopened.... presumably with the original inhabitants still located within. As I sat here in the fading light that thought completely blew my mind. Kipping above Kilmartin in May I fell in love with the place once again. It gets a massive press... and rightly so. But in my opinion it can't hold a candle to the Strath of Kildonan. Why is that? You need to get back here and spread the word with your popular appeal since I reckon it can make a lot of people happy. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
29th June 2015ce
I'm trying to get back up there, and would love to get back up there.
Then the word will be spread, still very far away though innit.
postman Posted by postman
30th June 2015ce
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