Dervaig, Isle of Mull, Argyll
Also known as Dervaig C; Kilmore
This row of three stones (CANMORE suggests that a nearby gatepost is a fourth stone that has been moved from the row) runs approximately north-northwest/south-southeast and may be aligned to moonrise at it's major southern stand-still. It is partly included in a much more recent wall.
See also the nearby stone row, Cnoc Fada.
1/14 The row looking southwest. The two yardsticks stand approximately five feet two inches and five feet ten inches tall.
2/14 Glac Mhor A, included in a wall and tied down with wire to prevent it from escaping.
3/14 Looking north.
4/14 Glac Mhor C, a shattered stone, seen from the south.
5/14 Looking along the row from the south.
6/14 Glac Mhor C, looking west.
7/14 The row, looking west.
8/14 Glac Mhor C, looking east.
9/14 Glac Mhor B, looking west. Several features are visible that may be cup-marks or may be natural.
10/14 Glac Mhor C, looking south.
11/14 Glac Mhor A, looking northwest.
12/14 Glac Mhor B, looking east.
13/14 Glac Mhor A, looking east.
14/14 Glac Mhor A, looking east - cup-mark indicated.