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Hurnip's Point

Chambered Cairn (Destroyed)

Hurnip's Point (Chambered Cairn) by wideford exposed areas at tip of Point with possible orthostat - a 'real' archaeologist told me the flat bits look likely too. Let's hope the equinoctial storms don't take it away anytime soon.
Despite all the recent heavy storms, inc. a sub-hurricane, it survives. So apart from the 1.3x0.65m sticking out there must be much of the slab in the mound.
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September 11th 2006 WEST DEERNESS part A
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Posted by wideford
15th September 2006ce
Edited 25th March 2007ce
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