This is a site that is obviously much-changed from its original configuration. The first thing that strikes you is the sheer size of the stone that still stands – 1.9m tall, 1.75m wide, by 1.1m thick – and its fallen neighbour which measures 2.5m long, 1.0m wide, by 1.0m thick.
According to a sketch by Skene in 1832, the standing stone stood at the centre of a circle of 7 other stones (including a recumbent 3.25m in length), while an eighth stone stood within the circle to the N of the massive standing stone.
Where is Bandirran (east)?
Alternative names for Bandirran (east)