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Standing Stone / Menhir

<b>Crouck</b>Posted by ryanerImage © ryaner
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Latitude:54° 42' 18.35" N
Longitude:   7° 1' 55.13" W

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About 120 metres east of Dun Ruadh is this heavily leaning standing stone. It looks to be in quite a precarious situation but is said to be 1.7 metres tall. It may be part of a ruined something or other but that’s just pure speculation. It seemed to us that, along with Dun Ruadh and the chambered tomb west of it, Crouck and Crockneyneill Hill has much more to offer the megalithic explorer, but today we had other, bigger fish to fry. ryaner Posted by ryaner
23rd October 2021ce
Edited 24th October 2021ce