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Colonsay, Lower Kilchattan, 'fingal's Limpet Hammers'

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General oblique aerial view of Lower Kilchattan and Upper Kilchattan looking towards Loch Fada, taken from the SW.
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Standing stones at Lower Kilchattan, Colonsay .
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View of one of two standing stones, originally thought to have been part of a stone circle known as "Fingal's Limpet Hammers," at Lower Kilchattan, Colonsay.
Titled: '29. Pillar Stone at Kilchattan, Colonsay.'
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 186: J B MACKENZIE ALBUMS vol.1
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Standing stones at Lower Kilchattan, Colonsay .
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Oblique aerial view of the remains of "Fingal's Limpet Hammers" or "Carrach An" stone circle, taken from the N.
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View of the two standing stones, originally thought to have been part of a stone circle known as "Fingal's Limpet Hammers," at Lower Kilchattan, Colonsay.
Titled: '30. Pillar Stones at Kilchattan, Colonsay.'
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 186: J B MACKENZIE ALBUMS vol.1
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View of figure in front of one of the two standing stones, originally thought to have been part of a stone circle known as "Fingal's Limpet Hammers," at Lower Kilchattan, Colonsay.
Titled: '104. Above the XXX at Scalasaig on the road to Kiloran.'
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM, NO 186: J B MACKENZIE ALBUMS vol.1
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