Monthly Archives: April 2020
Higher resolution photographs of the Argyll and Isles stone rows are now available here. There is one photograph of each site and together they illustrate the considerable variety in the form, character and appearance of stone rows. This new page provides a rapid visual overview of the rows in this region.
A pair of standing stones forming part of the row. View from north east. A single stone row measuring 76.2m long, including six widely spaced large-sized boulders leading south east from a kerbed cairn with surrounding berm. Originally this row would have had restricted views of the nearby sea. Similar rows to this one can […]