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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 642543

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


HU46SE 1 4805 6410.

(HU 4803 6411) Brough (OE)

OS 6" map, Shetland, 2nd ed., (1903).

A grass-covered mound 8' or 9' high, which, viewed from the shore of the loch, appears to be the remains of a broch. No causeway was visible.

RCAHMS 1946, visited 1930.

'A circular building overgrown with grass generally known to be the remains of a 'Brough... and in good preservation'.

Name Book 1878.

A broch mound, measuring about 15.0 metres in diameter, with an apparent entrance in the east. No wall faces are visible beneath the turf covering, and no causeway was seen.

Visited by OS (NKB) 22 June 1968.

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