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I can confirm Merrick's observation about wheelchair access, the right hand fork also has a better surface.

I'd also agree with the comments below about the strange ambience induced by the cairn's peculiar combination of ruinous state and Heritage manicure.

The largest stone has some interesting natural features, reminiscent of cup marks, but also hinting at fossilised mussel shells. I'd like to think these marks had something to do with this particular stone being chosen for inclusion into the body of the cairn.

A nocturnal visit produced no evidence of the 'shadowy phantoms' mentioned below.

Visited August 2006
Hob Posted by Hob
19th January 2007ce

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