The Glenochar trail, which was officially opened on 30 August 1997 by the Marquess of Linlithgow, leads you through a landscape which has changed little since the occupation of the fermtoun.

It is likely that the treeless glen seen today is much as it was in the 17th century, except that drystane dykes have since replaced feal or turf dykes which enclosed arable ground where the faint traces of undeveloped rig and furrow fields can still be seen.

It is important to realise that the floor surfaces seen in these buildings show the last period of occupation before abandonment. This building was almost completely demolished, only the corner of the east gable and the north wall surviving.

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Buildings 15 and 14 have been left unexcavated, when the vegetation is low (as in early Spring) these building can be seen.

Large stones help define where the walls of building 15 once stood.

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In building 13, about three-quarters of the room length on the west side is given over to an animal stance, and to the north a small chamber has been created by a short wall.

This end of the room had three prominent hearths which had been extensively used, causing stone settings to become totally heat crazed.As with all other buildings left exposed to view, floor surfaces are the key to interpreting the functions of the buildings.Open drains mean byres and usually these drains are paralleled with a space between the cobbled floor and the wall, interpreted as for the wooden feeding troughs.It is likely that these buildings are a house with integral byre.Building 14 may have functioned, at least in part, as a stable because several 17th Century horse shoes were discovered through metal detecting.Over 100,000), One or More Colors, No 4 Color Processes or Close Registration Required, May Exceed 11 x 17 In.