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External Ref:PLOC12
Name:Watching Brief - Water Main Renewal, Drumbuie and Plockton
Organisation:Ross & Cromarty Archaeological Services (RoCAS)
Date:Dec 2012


Ross and Cromarty Archaeological Services undertook an archaeological watching brief in 2012 during installation of the water main renewal on two areas of National Trust for Scotland land in Drumbuie and Plockton in Wester Ross. There were no significant archaeological features of interest identified during the development. One archaeological artefact of interest, a probable horse cart step, was recovered from an unstratified topsoil layer in Drumbuie village. The ruins of one Post Medieval building, located close to the new trench in Drumbuie, were recorded during the watching brief. <1>

Type(s) of Investigation



Fieldwork report  © Ross & Cromarty Archaeological Services (RoCAS) (File size: 2668 KB)
Grid Reference:Centred NG 7908 3237 (3124m by 2781m)
Map Sheet:NG73SE
Civil Parish:LOCHALSH
Geographical Area:SKYE AND LOCHALSH
Location:Drumbuie and Plockton

Associated Finds - none

Sources and further reading

  • Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Peteranna, M. & Wombell, J.. 2012. Water Main Renewal: Drumbuie and Plockton, Wester Ross: Archaeological Watching Brief. Ross & Cromarty Archaeological Services (RoCAS). Digital.

Related Monuments/Buildings - none

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