Monthly Archives: October 2017
Sometimes visits to rows can be disappointing. The Eyre Stone rows on the Isle of Raasay are recorded in Canmore as a 20m long double row. This site was visited in August 2017 and found to be a field boundary extending much further than the feature described in Canmore. Whilst the row may have been […]
The Blathaisbhal stone row is situated on North Uist and consists of three stones. It has been claimed that the stones may have been erected in the historic period, but there is no evidence to support this view. The row is similar in form to the other two on North Uist, which also include widely […]
Clach an Tursa stone row on the Isle of Harris includes three substantial slabs, two of which have fallen. The results of a recent survey together with fresh photographs are now available on the web page.
The Borve stone row stands next to a road on the Isle of Skye. Since 2014 the grass around the stones has been cut revealing a number of smaller stones. The row was visited again in August 2017 and as well as being surveyed, fresh photographs were taken. The web page has recently been updated. […]
The stone row at Airigh na Gaoithe on North Uist takes some getting to. Today it includes five stones stretching over a distance of 251m with the upper eastern end being close to a well preserved long cairn. The largest stone is visible from miles away and the views from it are stunning. In common with […]