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Islay , west of Rhuvaal, Argyllshire.
|NGR:||NR 41859 79172|
|Vert. Range:||Not recorded|
Sea cave at the inland end of the A' Bhriogais promontary, south side. The cave appears to be located at the upper end of a long narrow gully with a volcanic dyke (basalt intrusion) to the west.
Alternate Names: None recorded.
Notes: Roughly translated as the Trousers or the Breeches, the promontary is a high trap dyke about 11 chains (220 m) in length, jutting into the sea, in a northerly direction, at the East end of Bàgh an Dà Dhorius. The gullies on either side of the dyke forming the legs of the trousers.
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