The lime kiln was originally thought to be built around the time of Lord Salisbury c1845, however, the Isle of Rum Heritage Centre believe it may be older. Further archaeological work will commence shortly.
Believed to date back to early Christianity, possibly during the time of Saint Beccan, early 7th century. Perhaps Saint Beccan tied his Currach here when he first arrived.
The Midgy Post. Back in the time of the Maclean's (1499 - 1845), punishment for crime meant being tied to this post, butt naked in the heart of Midgy and Clegg season and left to their mercy. One such chap "disgraced" a young woman and the Midgy Post was seen as fitting punishment. He died of course, however it's alleged that you can still hear his plaintive cries in the dark of night.