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Knockin stane
Knockin stane

Roughly squared lump of sandstone with deep bowl hollowed out, probably used as a mortar for hulling barley with a long pestle. Used until recently by John Sorley, Knockglass, for water for his chickens.
Picture added on 28 February 2010
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