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Inveryne

Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art

<b>Inveryne</b>Posted by postmanImage © Chris Bickerton
Nearest Town:Lochgilphead (14km NW)
OS Ref (GB):   NR92177578 / Sheet: 62
Latitude:55° 55' 47.94" N
Longitude:   5° 19' 38.41" W

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I passed within two metres of this profusely cupmarked sheet of rock just two years ago on my way to the stone row about half a mile south west.
Follow diections for Inveryne stone row and watch out for a small lake with a disused dam on your left and old tennis court to your right. Plenty of parking .
A long sheet of flat rock is right next to the track and dam, with maybe 63 cupmarks, the landowner says in low light rings can be seen round some cups, I couldnt see any rings and I don't think I saw 63 cups (did see a lot though), but it was cool to see something after all my failures throughout the morning.
Normally this would be the end of my mornings stone hunt and I would now have the long and pianful trip back home, but not today, I'm staying on for another rough night in the car, a glutton for punishment ? no not at all, I hate sleeping in the car, but it is free, and what a view from the window.
postman Posted by postman
26th March 2010ce
Edited 26th March 2010ce

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rockartuk Posted by rockartuk
26th March 2010ce