Also known as Cregan
South Cregan was particularly dominant as the railway was being built.
Ancient Burial up the hill above the bridge .. on the south-west slope of Beinn Churalain
- St Cairrell's Well Holy Well or Sacred Spring http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=8079
Burial Ground Grid Reference: NM98354524 http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/304414
"This well is on the old coffin track from the creagan inn to the burial ground on the slopes of ben churalain. There may have been a chapel nearby as one is marked on the old military maps, there are a group of ruined buildings below the churchyard. Beyond the churchyard roughly half a mile at a similar height are two wells,an eye well and a knee well and an outcrop of rock with a carving of a birlinn ship dated 1769."