|NJ 801 250 (Pub.)||Diameter 21.6m (Pub. Est.)|
|Visited August 1987/July 1999|
The photo above shows all that remains of
Kirkton of Bourtie, two western circle stones, the recumbent, and the eastern
flanker. The recumbent is the longest known at 5.2m, and is aligned on the
major southern moonset. The stones are of local grey granite, many have been
removed and can be seen used as gateposts, and in the walls of the field, some
stones of the internal cairn survive inside the circle.
Sadly, the field was in crop during our 1999 expedition, so no VR panoramas or infrared shots, sorry.