Camus Stone (site of)
The Camus Stone used to stand on the brow of the hill at Fairmilehead, 200 yards south of the toll-house there, but it was destroyed in the early 19th century during the course of road building, and used as material for the road.
Over the years it seems to have become confused with the Caiy Stone, another standing stone which still stands.
The two stones seem to have been part of a wider complex which included a pair of large cairns known as the Cat Stanes, destroyed at the same time as the Camus Stone.
The site of the stone is now occupied by housing.