Ty Newydd  (N. face, Griffith's text)

This Cromlech is in a field on the right-hand side of the road leading to Bodedern from Ty Croes station, at a distance of one mile and three-quarters from the latter place. It was formerly a double Cromlech, and it is supposed that the two were the remains of a large chambered mound, with a passage leading into it, similar to that of Bryn-celli-ddu described further on; but, alas! one of them was broken up and carted away for walling many years ago. That which remains is one of the gems of the Anglesey Cromlechs. The capstone measures fifteen feet long, and is six feet wide in the thickest part, and three and a half feet in depth. It is supported by three upright stones, about one yard high. There is a fine view of about three quarters of the Island to be had from the top of this splendid Cromlech. (See Arch. Camb. Vol.X 1864)

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