The photograph at the top of this page shows a hut circle, identified on the hills above Greenock and reported to WoSAS by Mr Stephen Jennings. Below is a view of this feature from the air, where it is clearly visible through the change in the vegetation growing over the walls of the former structure. The circle, which measures around 7.5m in diameter, still has the entry visible in the south-eastern quadrant. This is one of a number of potential features identified in this area by Mr Jennings, including two further circular features. A number of other sites relating to pre-Roman activity have been identified from Lurg Moor, in addition to the scheduled Roman fortlet shown below, indicating that what now appears to be open and inhospitable moorland was reasonably heavily occupied during the prehistoric period.