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<b>Bruan</b>Posted by LesHamiltonImage © Les Hamilton
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Latitude:58° 20' 19.06" N
Longitude:   3° 10' 46.86" W

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<b>Bruan</b>Posted by LesHamilton <b>Bruan</b>Posted by LesHamilton


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Royal Commission Site summary:

"A robbed broch represented by a turf-covered stony mound about 10ft high and 50ft in diameter, surrounded at a distance of about 31ft, by a wall about 4 1/2ft high which stands on the inner lip of a ditch about 28ft broad and 3 1/2ft deep from the top of the counterscarp. Except on the W, the ditch has been almost destroyed by cultivation. "
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16th July 2011ce


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'Drive by’ 24.7.14

Easily seen from the main road when on the way to the nearby Hill O’Many Stanes.

It is visible as a large, two-tiered, grass covered mound, surrounded by a stone wall.
Posted by CARL
12th August 2014ce


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mascot Posted by mascot
16th July 2011ce