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New Fieldwork Reports (June 2014)

The following pieces of fieldwork have been added to the HER since May 2014. Some will be older reports appearing in the HER for the first time. Due to the large number of investigations that need to be added to the database not all monument records will have been updated, created or linked yet. Follow the links to download the full reports and view the photographs.

 

Desk-based assessment and walk-over survey - Ormlie Road, Thurso (AOC Archaeology Group)

Field survey - Eilean Loch Airceig, Kilmallie (Sunart Oakwoods Research Group)

Desk-based assessment - Laudale Estate (Jennifer G Robertson)

Trial trenching and survey - Keiss Road Broch (AOC Archaeology Group)

LiDAR survey - Baillie Hill and Cnoc Freiceadain, Caithness (AOC Archaeology Group)

Photographic Survey - House Plot to West of Whin Edge, 198 Lednabirichen, Dornoch (Private individual)

Photographic Survey - Bridge House, 163 Strondhu, Melvich (Private individual)

Photographic record - Wee Shop, 1 Duke Street, Golspie (Sutherland Estates)

Photographic Survey - Portmacaulter Handicraft Hut (Private individual)

Geophysical Survey - Fortrose Cathedral (Orkney College Geophysical Unit)

Watching brief - Mercat Cross, High Street, Dornoch (Archaeology North)

Archaeological Evaluation - 66 Rhianbreck, Lairg (Highland Archaeology Services)

Evaluation - New house and shed at Croft 1, West Suisnish (Archaeological and Ancient Landscape Survey)

Topographic survey - Milton of Dunmaglass Township, Daviot and Dunlichity (North of Scotland Archaeological Society)

Geophysical survey - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (Glasgow University (GUARD))

Topographic survey - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (Glasgow University (GUARD))

Resistivity survey - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (Glasgow University (GUARD))

Geophysical survey - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (University of Nottingham)

Trial trenching - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (University of Nottingham)

Excavation - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (University of Nottingham)

GPR survey - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (Orkney College Geophysical Unit)

Magnetometer survey - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (University of Nottingham)

GPR survey - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (Orkney College Geophysical Unit)

Excavation - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (University of Nottingham)

Excavation - Chapel Hill, Ballachly, Dunbeath (University of Nottingham)

DBA and conservation statement - Merkinch Welfare Hall, Grant Street, Inverness (Andrew P K Wright)

Fabric condition survey - Merkinch Welfare Hall, Grant Street, Inverness (LDN Architects)

Photographic survey - Hardhill farm steadings, Dalcross Estate, Croy (Maxwell and Company Architects and Designers)

Photographic Survey - House Plot 1, Crofts 18 and 31, Achavandra Muir, Dornoch (Private individual)

Photographic Survey - Trentham Steading, Skelbo, Dornoch (ANTA Architecture)

Photographic Survey - House at Fourpenny, Skelbo (Private individual)

Photographic Survey - Aultanrynie, Achfary, Lairg (CKD Galbraith)

Photographic survey - Dunan Cottage, 344 Letterfearn, Kyle (Private individual)

Photographic survey - Land 100m East of 4-5 Totescore, Isle of Skye (Private individual)

Photographic survey - Land S of 4 Ellishadder, Culnacnock, Portree (Private individual)

Photographic Survey - Clisham, Strathpeffer Hotel, Strathpeffer (CP Davenport)

Photographic Survey - 12 Drynie Park, Muir of Ord (Private individual)

Standing building survey - Allt Lagain Bhain Bridges, Glenmoriston (CFA Archaeology)

DBA and walkover survey - Canadian timber camps, Inverness-shire (Rebecca Shaw Archaeological Services)

DBA and walkover survey - Canadian timber camp, Glen Cannich (Rebecca Shaw Archaeological Services)

DBA and walkover survey - Dalcross Estate, Croy and Dalcross (AOC Archaeology Group)

DBA and walkover survey - Land to rear of St. Clements school, Tulloch Street (AOC Archaeology Group)

Watching Brief - Dores SW Pipeline (Rathmell Archaeology)

DBA and walkover survey - Kilbeg, Sleat, Isle of Skye (Phases 2 and 3) (West Coast Archaeological Services)

DBA - Mingary Castle, Kilchoan, Ardnamurchan (Addyman Archaeology)

Photographic recording - Lower Remore farmstead, Ardclach, Nairn (Private individual)

Photographic Survey - Poolewe Church, Poolewe (Private individual)

Photographic Survey - Burnside, 9 Croft, Poolewe (Private individual)

Photographic record - Smiths Barn, Achranich (Private individual)

Photographic record - Land at Croft 14, Diabaig, Torridon (Private individual)

Photographic survey - former crofthouse, Highfield Park, Conon Bridge (A MacLennan)

Photographic survey - derelict cottage, 150m NW of Ausarian, Culbokie, Dingwall (Private individual)

Photographic survey - Cuillin View, Portuairk, Kilchoan, Acharacle (Private individual)

Photographic survey - land S of Culnabrae, Culnakirk, Drumnadrochit (Private individual)

Watching brief - land S of Culnabrae, Culnakirk, Drumnadrochit (Archaeology North)

Trial trenching - Home Farm, Portree, Isle of Skye (CFA Archaeology)

Archaeological excavation - Home Farm, Portree, Isle of Skye (Headland Archaeology)

Watching brief - Home Farm, Portree (CFA Archaeology)

Photographic survey - The Steading, Drumashie Lodge, Dores (Private individual)

Photographic record - former outbuildings, Gordons Croft, Culbokie (Private individual)

Photographic Survey - Balvenie, Drumuillie Road, Boat of Garten (Private individual)

Field visit - Drove stance, Durness, Sutherland (David Glass)

Photographic survey - Bona Lighthouse (LDN Architects)

Measured survey - Souterrain, Borgie, Sutherland (Paul Humphreys)

Photographic survey - 14 Portnalong, Carbost, Isle of Skye (Private individual)

Photographic survey - Raasay House, Isle of Raasay (Highlands and Highlands Enterprise)

Photographic survey - The Orchard, Kensaleyre, Isle of Skye (Private individual)

Photographic survey - Culachy House (RCAHMS)

Photographic survey - Culachy House, Fort Augustus (Falconridge Holdings)

Walkover survey - Hamaramore, Glendale Estate (Martin Wildgoose)