In July 1933, James Ritchie, on behalf of the Laggan-Treig Power scheme, commenced and completed an exploration of the crannog in Loch Treig. Since this examination was made in 1993, the Treig Dam has been in use and the island has been submerged. But a temporary lowering of the water-level revealed disturbance of the bottom deposits of the loch, and in April 1941 James Ritchie took the opportunity to re-examine the site and the dwindling remains of the island. <1>
More recent surveying of the crannog has been conducted by AOC Archaeology Ltd in 2007 (see EHG4361).
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