An evaluation was carried out by Headland Archaeology in 2000 at Culduthel Farm, Inverness, prior to the excavation of three proposed borrow pits. Seven trenches were mechanically excavated. The remains of three plough furrows and one stone-filled drain were identified which probably dated to the late C18- early C19. No other features were identified. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Halliday, S.. 2000. Culduthel Farm, Inverness: Results of an Archaeological Evaluation. Headland Archaeology Ltd. 01/01/2001. .
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