Stage 1 of an archaeological evaluation was carried out by Highland Archaeological Services in 2016 in the area forming the septic tank and soakaway for a house development near the western end of Loch Migdale. A total of 76.6sqm was opened. One feature was identified and recorded – the foundations of a dry-stone wall which appeared to form part of an enclosure. Many fragments of C19 and C20 glazed pottery were recovered from across the site, and one copper alloy button. This first phase was in advance of installation of a static caravan on site; the second phase will concentrate on the footprint of the house. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: McKeggie, L.. 2016. Land 90m SE of Marish, East Tulloch Bonar Bridge : Archaeological Evaluation Interim Report. Highland Archaeology Services. Digital.
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Land 90m SE of Marish, East Tulloch, Bonar Bridge
Centred NH 6224 9180 (16m by 8m)
CAITHNESS SUTHERLAND AND EASTER ROSS
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MHG57190Wall - East Tulloch, Bonar Bridge (Monument)
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Nov 15 2016 2:54PM
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