EHG893 - Wester Torbreck

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Stuart Farrell

Date

13 January 2003

Description

This report is for an archaeological watching brief conducted on behalf of Mr. J Martin for a house plot and associated access at Wester Torbreck, by Inverness, Highland. A monitoring of the excavation revealed no archaeological features or deposits only natural ground of brown silty clay. Overall the site was mostly on the edge of a north facing steep slope. 3 former test pits made for percolation were the only features revealed. A possible U-shaped feature upon investigation proved to be natural.

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Location

Location Wester Torbreck
Grid reference Centred NH 6439 4064 (528m by 306m)
Map sheet NH64SW
Operational Area INVERNESS NAIRN BADENOCH AND STRATHSPEY
Civil Parish INVERNESS AND BONA
Geographical Area INVERNESS

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Feb 19 2020 1:30PM

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