The author was asked by Faver Maunsell, on behalf of their client, Scottish Water, to carry out an archaeological desk-based assessment of the general area of proposed water mains renewals in the Brora area in Clyne parish, Sutherland, extending to Clayside service reservoir to the south and including the crofting townships of the doll, Noth Brora Muir, Clynekirkton, and East Brora Muir as well as Brora town. The object of the evaluation was to identify known archaeological sites and areas of archaeological interest and predict the existence of further archaeological features or deposits based on information in readily available archive sources, and to assess the potential impact of work on the known or predicted archaeological record. <1>
Text/Report: Dagg C. 2003. Archaeological Evaluation of Areas to be affected by Proposed Water Mains Renewals at Clayside and Brora, Sutherland. Dagg C. . Digital (scanned as PDF).
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Proposed Water Mains Renewals at Clayside and Brora, Sutherland
Centred NC 8871 0396 (5261m by 4957m)
CAITHNESS SUTHERLAND AND EASTER ROSS
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