Historic Environment Scotland http://www.canmore.org.uk reference number CANMORE ID 66098 and 66099 (accessed on 07/03/2016).
The Dumfries and Galloway Council Historic Environment Record reference is MDG6530 (accessed on 07/03/2016).
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- The Dumfries and Galloway Council Historic Environment Record reference is MDG6530 (accessed on 07/03/2016).References
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