RCAHMS records the monument as HU 44 SE 3.
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Hibbert, S. A., Description of the Shetland Islands (Edinburgh 1822; repr. Lerwick 1891, 1931), 128.
Low, G. (1879) A Tour Through the Islands of Orkney and Shetland'..in 1774, Kirkwall, 66.
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RCAHMS (1946) Inventory of the Ancient Monuments of Orkney and Shetland, 3 vols, Edinburgh, II, 63-64.
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Fort Charlotte, excluding scheduled monument SM90145, Commercial Street and Harbour Street, LerwickLB37255
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