Addyman Archaeology carried out an analytical historic building survey of a former herring station at Tigh-an-Quay, Tanera Mor, in the Summer Isles in 2017. This survey was commissioned by Summer Isle Enterprises Ltd in order to provide a reliable basis for the understanding of the structure and to inform the development of proposals for its repair and re-use. The works comprised a drawn, photographic and written record, supported by laser scanning, drone survey and photogrammetric processing. A photographic survey was also conducted of the graveyard immediately north-west of the herring station. <1>
Text/Report/Fieldwork Report: Skinner, Dr. T, Macfadyen, K. & Dagg, C.. 2018. Tanera Mor, Summer Isles, Achiltibuie, Highland: Herring station - Historic Building Survey: December 2017. Addyman Archaeology. Digital. [Mapped features: #10782 ; #10783 Survey areas, ]
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Centred NB 9895 0740 (122m by 129m)
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MHG9120Late C18 fishing station - Tanera Mor (Building)
MHG9119Tigh an Quay burial ground - Tanera Mor (Monument)
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