An archaeological trial trenching evaluation was undertaken by S Farrell in 2021 of land at Carn Dhomhnuill Bhain, Dalwhinnie, as part of a project for an extension to the reopening of a former quarry. Work involved evaluation by hand of three earthworks. This revealed them to be: One a rubbish mound, the second the remains likely of a toilet, and the third the remains of a hut of corrugated-iron and wood. All likely date to the 1940’s or 1950’s and relate to the use of the site as an observation post. No recommendations for further archaeological work are proposed. <1>
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Carn Dhomhnuill Bhain, Dalwhinnie
Centred NN 6390 8632 (17m by 19m)
INVERNESS NAIRN BADENOCH AND STRATHSPEY
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Aug 24 2022 4:30PM
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