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Cronk Karran

History

A Neolithical stone circle either a burial circle or hut circle.

Location

In the far south of the Island near Cregneash. Travel down from Cregneash to the Chasms. A short walk along the coast on Spanish head takes you to the site.
Map Ref: SC 192 664

By Vehicle:
Travel to Cregneash on either the A31 from Port St Mary or on Ballnahowe Road from Port Erin. From Cregneash take the road to the Chasms and coast.

By Bus:
Take the no. 1 Bus route from Douglas, Castletown, Port Erin or Port St Mary to Cregneash. From Cregneash there is about half a mile walk to the Chasms and the coast, where the site is located.

By Railway:
Take the Electric Railway to Douglas and then the Steam Railway to Port St Mary. Then walk into Port St Mary and on to Cregneash or take the bus route no. 1. From just the Stream Railway, take it to Port St Mary and continue as detailed.



Publications
The Neolithic Culture of the Isle of Man: A Study of the Sites and Pottery (British Archaeological Reports (BAR) British)
Stephen Burrow
Archaeopress, Paperback, January, 1998
ISBN: 0860548724
List Price: £20.00
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Cronk Karran (Hut Circle)

Cronk Karran (Hut Circle)

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