Andrews, Tillicoultry is situated at the southern base of the Ochil Hills, which provide a spectacular backdrop. The river also runs through neighbouring villages Dollar and Alva to the east and west respectively.The former mining village of Coalsnaughton lies just south, whilst Alloa lies 4 mi southwest.For brevity, Tillicoultry is often referred to as 'Tilly' by the locals.The mount referred to by the name is most likely Kirkhill at the east of the town.Also available deep throat, gagging and girl friend experience. I sexy blonde beauty has that hour glass figure and killer curves we know you love.
w=144&h=108" width="144" height="108" srcset="https://megalithix.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/cunninghar005.jpg? w=144&h=108 144w, https://megalithix.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/cunninghar005.jpg? w=288&h=216 288w, https://megalithix.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/cunninghar005.jpg? w=30&h=23 30w" sizes="(max-width: 144px) 100vw, 144px" / A stone circle was once to be found on the elevated piece of ground above the north-side of the main road between Tillicoultry and Dollar, but it was sadly destroyed sometime in the 19th century.Tillicoultry (populated place) is a city, town, village, or other agglomeration of buildings where people live and work Population: 5,404.Remaining stone at the destroyed circle " data-medium-file="https://megalithix.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/cunninghar005.jpg?When visited by researchers in the 1890s, parts of an embankment which surrounded the destroyed circle were still visible.Also, indicating there was some ritual funerary nature to the site, a local teacher called Mr Christie found the remains of an ornamented urn protruding through the ground next to where one of the monoliths had stood.