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Porth Llwyd

Burial Chamber

<b>Porth Llwyd</b>Posted by postmanImage © Chris Bickerton
Nearest Town:Llanrwst (6km SE)
OS Ref (GB):   SH77036777 / Sheet: 115
Latitude:53° 11' 32.68" N
Longitude:   3° 50' 26.93" W

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After a wonderous equinox wander about the Druids circle I planned on looking for and hopefully finding Porth Llwyd portal dolmen. I knew from George Nash that it may not be findable as it is now descheduled by the Office of works and described as " Presumed destroyed by flood "
But I still hoped to at least locate the capstone, and one or two uprights could still be in place, but alas it was not to be, two hours of digging scratching going round in circles and wading through brambles all on what I supposed to be private property. I could find no trace of it, the Dolgarrog flood disaster (of which i include a photo of from the information board, not the actual flood, just a description of it) has taken it all away.

Only more hours spent searching round in circles can prove its destruction.
Any information about it's location would be greatly appreciated, it is not at the grid ref supplied by me here. (Taken from Nash)
postman Posted by postman
13th April 2013ce
Edited 13th April 2013ce