Historylinks Year: 1989
Colour photo of croft house at Ceann-loch-lagain converted into sheep pen. A view of the back wall of the enclosure. This, being beyond the line of the rear wall of the (?) dwelling - seen on site as a line of masonry cut down to ground level - could be reckoned as a back wall to a vegetable patch. It is beautifully constructed with evenly graded masonry courses, coped, and, naturally, with no throughbands. The enclosed area, or enclosure makes a useful sized sheep pen.
Picture added on 24 April 2008