Other Neolithic Sites

Many of the sites listed here are scheduled ancient monuments. This does not, however, imply public right of access, showing merely their legal status. Further information, if required, may be gained from Historic Scotland.

The Grey Cairn, hut circles and many small cairns in Perthshire
Bridgend of Lethnot Ring Cairn
Angus Ring Cairn on a small promontory
Clach na Tiompan Chambered Cairn
A chambered cairn in Glen Almond, Perthshire
The 'Dark Stane Roundie'
A barrow near Ninewells Hospital, Dundee
Drumcarrow Craig Broch
Broch remains set on top of a Fife hill
Drumsturdy Hill Broch
Broch remains set on top of an Angus hillside
Hill fort, Perthshire's Dunadd
Fowlis Wester Cairn
A cairn mound in Perthshire
The Giant's Grave
A kerbed cairn in the Sma' Glen, Perthshire
Hurly Hawkins Broch
Broch remains in a garden at Liff, Angus
The Kings Cross Stone
A cross base in Camperdown Park, Dundee
Kindrochet Chambered Cairn
A huge chambered cairn ruin near St Fillans, Perthshire
Loch Tummell Ring Fort
A huge ring fort ruin above Loch Tummell, Perthshire
Macbeth's Law
An artificial mound in Perthshire
Norrie's Law
A Bronze Age grave mound in Fife
The Parkneuk Stones
Strange set of stones near Heatheryhaugh, north of Blairgowrie
Williamston Cairn
A cairn mound in Perthshire

Related Interesting Sites

Some other items are illustrated here - there are some pictures of a charming cross, and some grave slabs (of the Iona School) from Kiel Church, Morvern, Argyll. Cath and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary in the area in 2002, and these photographs are from one of our sojourns in the Ardnamurchan Peninsula. Then the Sherrifmuir Stones (or Wallace Stones) near Stirling, and a site called 'The Long Man's Grave', near Abernyte. These are followed by an account of our trip to Mull at Easter 2003, and some pages of sites near Onich and Ballachulish, taken when Cath and I visited the area again in October 2003. A Chambered Cairn site has been added since our visit to Invermoriston in May 2006.

The Morvern Cross and Slabs
14th century cross and grave slabs from Morvern, Argyll
The Sherrifmuir Stones
A stone row in Stirlingshire, associated with William Wallace
The Long Man's Grave
A grave slab in Perthshire, associated with MacBeth
A weekend on Mull
Easter 2003 - big file, takes a while to load!
Carn Glas
Remains of a cairn in North Ballachulish
Ballachulish House
Remains of a cairn and kist in South Ballachulish
A holed standing stone in Onich
North Ballachulish
A cup marked rock on the shore at North Ballachulish
Cnochan Dubh
An Iron Age fort by Glencoe
Corrimony Clava Cairn
A Chambered Cairn near Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness

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