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Loch an Duna



Visited 31.5.12

We stopped off to have a look at this broch whilst on the way to visit the Arnol Blackhouse (H.S. site – well worth a visit)

Karen parked on the grass verge and I strolled across to the loch. The ground was spongy but dry – in wet weather I am sure it would be very boggy.

It is easy enough to cross over to the broch – the stony causeway is only about 20 metres long.

The broch ruins were larger than I had expected with tumbled walls still about 2 metres high. The broch is about 15 metres across.

Worth a look when in this part of Lewis although I doubt many people come here!
Posted by CARL
4th July 2012ce

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