Monday, December 18, 2017
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Spiral Stone

History

Boulder rock decorated with spiral patterns. Possibly late Neolithic or early Bronze Age.

Location

In Ballaragh, near Laxey. The site is across from a house.
Map Ref: SC 452 857

By Vehicle:
Along the B11, which is off the A2. The site is past King Orry's Grave on the way to Dhoon.

By Bus:
Take bus no 3 which runs between Douglas and Ramsey. Get off at Dhoon and walk to the B11 road, which is visible from the glen stop.

By Railway:
Take the steam railway to Douglas and the electric railway to Dhoon. Walk from the glen stop to the B11 and on to the site.


The Spiral Stone

The Spiral Stone

The Spiral Stone

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