Looking down towards Loch Beanie. Showing the Crannog remnant in the middle of the loch. On Timothy Pont's map of 1600 there is an annotation by this loch that reads, 'Loch Sesaturr [original name] sometime the dwelling of the chiefman of Glenshee and Strathardle'. On the hill sides around are numerous cup marked stones, hut circles and shieling hut sites.
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