Burrow's former glory doesn't exist on the surface.
Every tourist driving out to enjoy the recreational
facilities have no inkling of the vast history
After the village relocated upstream, the
site stood in ruin for sometime. It
became a refuge for squatters and vandals.
Ebervold Flynn's research did further
damage when he began working the site in
the late 1930s when his dug carelessly
down to reach Dun Burrow I.
find a MacThoi tombstone in one of the
older sections of the Burrow Cemetery.
Word War II, the Keep was used for munitions storage
and several trenches were dug through the main of
the site, hopelessly confusing the work.
remains of the MacThoy Keep and part of the village were lost
in a terrific flood when the Thoi
River was dammed
under the orders of the British Queen
in the middle of the 20th Century.
A Description of the
Grindstone Site. . .