Headland Archaeology Ltd undertook a watching brief at a bridge abutment on the south side of the River E and a trial trench evaluation of a rectangular enclosure that would be impacted by upgrades to the public highway related to the construction of Corriegarth Windfarm, Loch Mhor (Planning Application No. 07/00673/FULIN), situated some 11 miles north-east of Fort Augustus.
No archaeological features were exposed during the watching brief. The trial trench evaluation of the enclosure established that it was created from turf banks surviving up to a height of 0.8m. <1>
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Corriegarth Windfarm, Loch Mhor
Centred NH 5254 1614 (821m by 345m)
INVERNESS NAIRN BADENOCH AND STRATHSPEY
BOLESKINE AND ABERTARFF
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Aug 8 2019 12:17PM
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