Dunblane, Stirling
Stone Row Canmore
Also known as Wallace Stone

This is a very unusual site. A row of five stones, each around one hundred yards from the next, are in a straight line running from northeast to southwest.

All but one of the stones, known as the Wallace Stone, has fallen.

The northernmost stone would have been around ten feet tall. The second stone, still standing, is around six feet tall. The middle stone would have been about five feet tall. The fourth stone has split in two but would have been about seven feet tall. The southernmost stone is also about seven feet and what is now its uppermost face has around twenty shallow cup marks in it.

Images ©2001 Martin McCarthy, Theasis Photography

Nearby Sites

5km University of Stirling Standing Stone
6km Airthrey Castle Stone Standing Stone
7km Ardoch Roman Fort Roman Fort
7km Doune Standing Stones
10km Doune Castle Castle
11km Peterhead Farm Standing Stone; Pictish Class I Stone
14km Auchterarder Standing Stones
14km Castleton Farm Cup and Ring Carvings
17km Torwood Broch
20km Ferntower Stone Circle Stone Circle; Cup Mark
(NB: All distances are as-the-crow-flies. Lochs, mountains and beautiful winding roads will make it further. Sometimes much further.)