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COCKPIT

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Remains of a Bronze Age concentric stone circle. Consists of two concentric settings of stones enclosing a slightly oval flat area. Constructed as a wall of closely set stones rather than with orthostats and overlain by two possibly three cairns. There are 27 standing or recumbant stones set into a bank the tallest being 0.95m high. To the north of the circle is an arc of four small clearance cairns to the north of these are three furter clearance cairns. Scheduled.

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