Just inside the gateway to Taymouth Castle, on a (natural) raised piece of ground beside the driveway, are the two Newhall Bridge standing stones. Both stones have been worked, with their inner faces having been smoothed down.
Separated by a distance of 16m, they are aligned NW-SE, which would seem to discount the theory that they might once have formed part of a circle. As with other Perthshire “two-posters”, one stone (the NW) is slab-like, while the other (the SE) is more square at the base.
Stone A – 1.42m tall.
Stone B – 1.47m tall.
The stones stand 16.30m apart.
Where is Newhall Bridge?
Alternative names for Newhall Bridge