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ID:EHG4185
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Name:Community research project - Remembering Hidden Tain Project
Organisation:Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands (ARCH)
Date:Oct-Dec 2010

Description

A comprehensive survey of Historic Tain including its archaeology and development was undertaken as part of Historic Scotland's Scottish Burgh Survey Series by members of ARCH Highland between October and December 2010. This community project was designed to produce a record of heritage remains and resources in the Tain area, and to make these memories accessible to the community. A report was produced about the project and a database was provided of all of the sites visited and recorded throughout the project. <1> <2>

Type(s) of Investigation

  • DESK BASED ASSESSMENT

Images

Views of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the cellar below 33, 35 & 37 High Street, Tain (photo by Kirstin MacKintosh)  © ARCH HighlandKirksheaf Bee Boles (photo by Margaret Urquhart)  © ARCH HighlandCellars, 20 Tower Street (photo by Ruth McLeod)  © ARCH HighlandCellars, 20 Tower Street (photo by Ruth McLeod)  © ARCH HighlandCellars, 20 Tower Street (photo by Ruth McLeod)  © ARCH HighlandCellars, 20 Tower Street (photo by Ruth McLeod)  © ARCH HighlandVarious views, Hill View above ground and cellars (photo by Anthony Watson)  © ARCH HighlandVarious views, Hill View above ground and cellars (photo by Anthony Watson)  © ARCH HighlandVarious views, Hill View above ground and cellars (photo by Anthony Watson)  © ARCH HighlandVarious views, Hill View above ground and cellars (photo by Anthony Watson)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandEast Wall, Knockbreck Walled Garden (photo by Alistair Jupp)  © ARCH HighlandEast Wall, Knockbreck Walled Garden (photo by Alistair Jupp)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH HighlandViews of the vicinity of the Rose Garden and the kenneth Murray Memorial Monument, showing the location and context of the 'Doorway to the Arches' (photo by David McAllister)  © ARCH Highland

Reports

Remembering Hidden Tain  © ARCH (File size: 2162 KB)Hidden Tain, Photo Index  © ARCH Highland (File size: 116 KB)Database record forms - Rembering Hidden Tain  © ARCH Highland (File size: 387 KB)
Grid Reference:Centred NH 7792 8204 (2143m by 2142m)
Map Sheet:NH78SE
Civil Parish:TAIN
Geographical Area:ROSS AND CROMARTY
Location:Tain, Ross and Cromarty

Associated Finds - none

Sources and further reading

  • Dataset/Database File: McCullagh, C.. 2010. Rembering Hidden Tain: Database of Sites. Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands (ARCH). Yes. Digital.
  • Text/Report: McCullagh, C. 01/2012. Remembering Hidden Tain. Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands. Yes. Digital.

Related Monuments/Buildings

MHG4119323 & 25 High Street (Inc. Hill View, Market Street), Tain (Monument)

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