View across the Firth of Forth from Silverknowes shoreline Edinburgh to Cramond Island. The island is of historical interest and there is evidence to suggest it may have had significance to the prehistoric peoples who lived along the coast of the Firth of Forth. One stone burial cist has been found and the oldest evidence of human activity on the island is an early Christian long cist that was discovered by the army during WWll. Nearby Cramond was a Roman outpost and is one of the most archaeologically rich sites, so it is likely it may have been used by them.
December 21st, 2023
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