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A glorious cairn with a long chamber - about 4 and half metres, with four great capstones. These are only just breaking through the top grassy covering of the cairn giving the appearance of exposed ribs.

Its kerbstones keep it from flopping, so it still looks pert and strong. Not only is the cairn itself heart-stoppingly perfect, it's location is breathtaking with views over turquoise seas facing east to St Martin's and the scatter of the Eastern Isles.

By heck, this place is lovely!
Jane Posted by Jane
17th March 2004ce
Edited 26th March 2004ce

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