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This morning our tour group departed our Dunkeld lodgings promptly at about 9.00 and then proceeded as follows:
  • Just a few miles to the Falls of Braan at Ossian’s Hall. This dates back to the 18th century when it part of the Duke of Atholl’s estate and provided a mature based experience for private guests commencing with a gentle walk along the banks of the River Braan and ending in front of a spectacular waterfall.

Falls of Braan

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This morning, we departed our lodgings promptly about 0915 and proceeded as follows:

  • Forteviot, an historic site which was former first capital of a unified Scotland under Kenneth Mc Alpin and site of recent high status Bronze Age burial find by archaeologists seeking site of former Pictish Palace.

Dupplin Cross

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This evening, I am posting some recent images of Croft Moraig Stone Circle which is located four miles west of Aberfeldy in Perthshire.

The circle stands at the north-east of Loch Tay on low ground below steep mountainside. The stones are of local schist and stand on an artificial platform.

Excavation in 1965 revealed:

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