On the west wing of Carriden House a vertical sundial occupies a central location level with the top of the first-floor windows. The Roman numerals are rather worn – V to XII on the left and I to VI on the right. The faint traces of the inscription across the top are illegible. The three-storey wing dates to 1682 and its six bays were clearly meant to impress. It is highly likely that the sundial was an original feature.
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