Cauldron Linn

The name given to a series of waterfalls in a deep and narrow gorge of the River Devon near Rumbling Bridge on the border between Clackmannanshire and Perth and Kinross. Its water-hollowed rocks were described by Thomas Pennant in 1769 as being 'formed into great circular cavities like cauldrons.'

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