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Dun Creagach


<b>Dun Creagach</b>Posted by LesHamiltonImage © Les Hamilton
Nearest Town:Dornoch (51km SE)
OS Ref (GB):   NC60463558 / Sheet: 16
Latitude:58° 17' 12.81" N
Longitude:   4° 22' 49.14" W

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<b>Dun Creagach</b>Posted by LesHamilton


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I had intended to visit this broch during June 2017 but having lost a day of my trip north to atrocious weather, had to leave this for a future visit. However, I did gain a chance view of Dun Creagach from across Loch Naver when visiting Grummore broch.

Canmore tells that this is a 'well preserved and comparatively undisturbed' broch which has been built on a small island, and which is connected to the shore by a causeway. Although much rubble surrounds the structure, the walling still stands over three metres tall in places and can be traced almost all round the broch.
LesHamilton Posted by LesHamilton
3rd July 2017ce
Edited 3rd July 2017ce