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Kilspindie

Stone Row / Alignment

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Nearest Town:Perth (6km WSW)
OS Ref (GB):   NO175248 / Sheets: 53, 58
Latitude:56° 24' 29.43" N
Longitude:   3° 20' 13.56" W

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I came back to have another look here nearly 4 years on from my initial visit, armed with more information and the benefit of 4 years intensive stone-visiting. Although Canmore describes 3 stones, there is a fourth, at a greater distance from the other 3, but on exactly the same ENE-WSW alignment. The 3 stones lie approximately 7m apart, the 'outlier' is 35m away from the most easterly of the 3. Not sure about this - it's not as large as the 3 in the row, but just looks and feels right. The most easterly in the row does have some possible weathered cup marks on the upper face. nickbrand Posted by nickbrand
13th November 2003ce