Tain Museum Image Library

Shandwick Stone
Tain Museum Image Library
Shandwick Stone

This picture shows the Shandwick Stone, the Clach a' Charridh, in its commanding position at the top of a brae at the southern end of Shandwick village, overlooking the Moray Firth. Unfortunately the stone is now covered by a pavilion of glass which although necessary for its preservation, detracts from its original impact.
Picture added on 02 March 2004
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