Dunlop, North Ayrshire
On top of the Common Crags overlooking the village of Dunlop and the Glazert Water is a large procumbent boulder known on the OS map as the ‘Carlin’s Stone or Stane’. It is also known locally as the Hag's Stone.
It is not listed by the RCAHMS and is not as well known locally as the nearby megalith known as the Thurgartstone. 55°42′47.9″N 4°31′20.6″W / 55.713306°N 4.522389°W / 55.713306; -4.522389
Read more about this topic: Carlin Stone, Scottish Sites of Carlin Stones or Natural Features
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