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Getting here

Keills Chapel and Cross 

6m south west of Tayvallich off the B8025  

Access is via the B8025, which is a single track road (with passing places). At the end of the road, visitors must walk approximately 300-metres (across rough agricultural land which may be boggy in places), to reach the chapel. Part of the route is uphill.

Grid reference - NR 690 806. 

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