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Friday, 8 October 2010

GPS Survey at Llyn Brenig

GPS Survey, Llyn Brenig, originally uploaded by Royal Commission.
The Royal Commission at work, using GPS survey equipment at Llyn Brenig.

A site found at Llyn Brenig is Waen Ddafad, Cairn I; Brenig 8. The following Coflein description provides information regarding the cairn. Further images and site information are available on Coflein, the free to use database of the National Monuments Record of Wales.

Waen Ddafad, Cairn I; Brenig 8
Following excavation, the cairn is visible on the ground as a series of large stone boulders defining the kerb of the cairn and two stone boulders marking the position of the central pit. No other cairn stone survives.

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Anonymous said...

Great shot of GPS survey equipment in use, looks very cold at least its not raining.

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