Latheronwheel Bridge Broch (Lat 261)
An overgrown mound with very little to see above ground other than a short section of exposed wall. Forty human skulls are said to have been excavated from the broch sometime before 1910, but there is no record of their whereabouts. I would suggest that folks back then had more respect for the dead than the Burke and Hare grave robbers of today who call themselves archaeologists and that they were probably buried nearby.
Find parking nearby in Latheronwheel, and follow the track along the banks of the Burn of Latheronwheel from the A9 which takes you directly to the broch.
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