EHG1070 - Flowerdale Glen, Gairloch

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Stuart Farrell

Date

Nov 2003

Description

Stuart Farrell was commissioned by Gairloch Estate in September 2003 to undertake an archaeological watching brief at Flowerdale Glen, Gairloch as part of a project for a new path. Highland Council Archaeology Unit produced a specification for this work. Work revealed the partial remains of a stone building of a 19th century date but no earlier archaeological features or deposits. No recommendations for further fieldwork have currently been proposed.

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Location

Location Flowerdale Glen, Gairloch
Grid reference Centred NG 8143 7531 (239m by 288m)
Map sheet NG87NW
Geographical Area ROSS AND CROMARTY
Operational Area ROSS SKYE AND LOCHABER
Civil Parish GAIRLOCH

Related Monuments/Buildings (0)

Record last edited

Oct 20 2014 3:55PM

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