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Dumfries and Galloway


Taken from an article entitled
The Stone Circles of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright
By Fred Coles, UOBR. MEM. Soc. ANTIQ. SCOT.
Proceedings of the Society of The Antiquities of Scotland, May, 1895.

Summary of Stone Circles

1. Near "Roman Camp," Bombie, Kirkcudbright.
2. „ Boreland Mote, Parton.
3. ,, Kirkgunzeon Manse.
4. „ Glaisters, Kirkgunzeon.
5. „ Airdrie, Kirkbean.
6. In Kirkbean.

1. S.E. of Little Balmae, Kirkcudbright,
2. W. of Balmae House, „
3. Drnmmore, „
4. Park, Tongland (with central stone), .
5. Balannan, „ .
6. Torrs, Kelton, . . . .
7. Torkirra, Kirkgunzeon,
8.' High Auchenlarie, Anwoth,

1. Glenqnicken Moor, Kirkmabreck (with central stone)
2. Hills, Lochrutton
3. Holm of Daltallochan, Carsphairn
4a. Cauldside, Anwoth
46. „ „
5a. Lairdmannach, Tongland (with central stone)
5ft. „ „
6. Near Lochrinnie Mote, Dairy (with holed stone)
fitzcoraldo Posted by fitzcoraldo
2nd June 2005ce
Edited 1st September 2007ce

Comments (1)

"Circles partially destroyed" - Torkirra. I was there today and the enclosure is still evident and, across the road, probable evidence with a collection of large stones parked, to this day, just inside the gateway. Posted by tomatoman
12th June 2021ce
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