Langbank crannog, the exact site of which has now been lost, is said to have been around 45m from the high water mark in a line due north from the west lodge of Erskine House.
Excavated in 1901-2 it was covered by a small partly grassy island known as Baby Island. Excavation revealed that it consisted of a circle of wooden piles approximately 15m in diameter.
Within the crannog were found a semi-circular bone comb with Iron Age decoration, a small penannular bronze brooch dated to the 2nd century AD and incised pieces of shale similar to those found at the Dumbuck crannog (most probably forged items).
Where is Langbank?
Alternative names for Langbank
Baby Island; Langbank Crannog