These three massive red sandstone standing stones are all the more impressive for rising out of the flat ground of a golf course. The stones range in height from 4.11m to 5.49m, and are gnarled and irregular in shape, one looking almost like a figure with a head.
A fourth stone stood certainly as late as the end of the 18th century but it’s unknown what happened to it. The circle would have had a diameter of around 16m. In 1844 a skull was removed from a cist close to the stones. Embedded in a fracture in the skull was a piece of iron which crumbled into rust upon examination.
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Alternative names for Lundin Links
Standing Stones Of Lundin