Glen Darragh, Isle of Man

Historical Description

Glen Darragh, a narrow vale in the Isle of Man, descending north-north-eastward to the tributary of the Glass river, 4 miles NW of Douglas. Remains of three stone circles are here, usually designated as Druidical, but more likely to mark aa ancient burying-place either of early Britons or early Scandinavians.

Transcribed from The Comprehensive Gazetteer of England and Wales, 1894-5