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Record details

ID:MHG34691
Type of record:Monument
Name:TOM NA MOINE
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Fieldwork report  © Centre for Field Archaeology (File size: 1025 KB)
Grid Reference:NN 2988 8225
Map Sheet:NN28SE
Civil Parish:KILMONIVAIG
Geographical Area:LOCHABER

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Other References/Statuses

  • Historic Environment Record: MHG34691
  • NMRS NUMLINK Reference: 142278
  • NMRS Record Details: NN28SE37 TOM NA MOINE
  • Old SMR Reference Number: NN28SE0043

Full description

A walkover survey in advance of a proposed afforestation scheme at Glen Spean was carried out by the Centre for Archaeology in 1998. Two waymarking cairns were recorded c. 30 m apart on a knoll on the east side of the track leading south-east from Bohenie. Both measured c. 2 m across and stood 0.5 m and 0.8m high respectively. The cairns had rough external faces, demonstrating that some care had been put into their creation. The cairns are recorded on OS first and second map editions as "resting cairns". The cairns do not appear to have resulted from any attempts at land improvement. <1>


<1> Dunwell, A, 1998, Glen Spean Estate, Glen Roy, Lochaber, Highland: Archaeological Survey (Text/Report/Fieldwork Report). SHG25787.

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EHG4071Walkover survey - Glen Spean Estate

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