32 archaeological sites were recorded in an archaeological survey of parts of Corrour Estate, near Spean Bridge, Lochaber. Most are associated with post-medieval agricultural land use, particular with summer grazing. Three sites are connected to the sheep farming period. Other sites relate to communications, namely the tracks, and associated structures, which may have been travellers' bothies. The oldest archaeological feature identified is the route of a track which may date back to the construction of the nearby crannog. Other sites are associated with 20th-century management of the estate. <1>
Text/Report/Environmental Statement: Robertson, J. 2010. Chamabhreac Hydro Scheme: Prefact to Appendix B - Archaeology. Hydroplan UK. . Digital.
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Robertson, J G. 2009. An Archaeological Survey of Parts of Corrour Estate,. Unaffiliated. Digital.
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MHG54311Possible structure and wall, Allt a' Chamabhreac (Monument)
MHG54310Sheep fank, Allt a' Chamabhreac (Monument)
MHG54313Shieling, Rie mhic ian, Allt a’ Chamabhreac (Monument)
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