A DBA and walkover survey was carried out by Scotia Archaeology in 2012 along the routes of three proposed new hydro-electric schemes on the Garrogie Estate near Fort Augustus. The area covered by the three projects comprised mostly heather-covered moors cut by narrow, steep-sided valleys. None of the monuments identified in the DBA would be affected by the new hydro-electric schemes. However, the walkover survey identified two new sites. <1> <2>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Lewis, J.. 2012. Garrogie Estate Fort Augustus Hydro-Electric Schemes: Desk study and walk-over survey. Scotia Archaeology. Digital.
Text/Report/Environmental Statement: Scotia Archaeology. 2012. Carrogie Estate, Fort Augustus: Development of 3 Run-of-River HEP Generating Stations: Environmental Report. Green Highland Renewable Ltd. . Digital.
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Garrogie Estate, Fort Augustus
Centred NH 5220 1142 (4064m by 2635m)
INVERNESS NAIRN BADENOCH AND STRATHSPEY
BOLESKINE AND ABERTARFF
Related Monuments/Buildings (3)
MHG55873Enclosure - Allt Mor, Garrogie Estate (Monument)
MHG55872Possible shieling hut - Allt Laith-Bhaid (Monument)
MHG55874Sheepfold - near Tom a' Chu-thair, Garrogie Estate (Monument)
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