|Type of record:||Monument|
|Name:||Channels, Ford of Conon|
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Possibly constructed channels.
|Grid Reference:||NH 53647 55046|
|Geographical Area:||ROSS AND CROMARTY|
- FERRY CROSSING? (Early Medieval to 19th Century - 561 AD? to 1900 AD?)
- WATER CHANNEL? (Early Medieval to 19th Century - 561 AD? to 1900 AD?)
- Historic Environment Record: MHG55061
Possibly constructed channels associated with a ford over River Conon. It is suggested that these were the means by which ferries could have operated across the "ford".
This site is thought to be associated with a possible early medieval routeway (see MHG54596). Information supplied by Cait McCullagh and Allan Mackenzie as part of the Roads Through Ross project. <1>
Sources and further reading
|<1>||Dataset: MacKenzie, A and McCullagh, C. 06/2011. Roads Through Ross Project: Summary of Possibly Associated Features and Relationships. xls. . |
Related Monument/Building records
|MHG54956||Related to: Possible early roadway, Tarradale to Tain (Monument)|
Related Investigations - none