MHG30102 - Industrial Complex, Ard Neackie
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Type and Period (1)
- INDUSTRIAL SITE (Post Medieval - 1560 AD to 1900 AD)
- None recorded
Ard Neackie is a rocky promontory connected with the mainland by a sandy spit. The stone pier which served the ferry across Loch Eriboll to Portnancon was built in the early C19 by the Sutherland/Stafford family tigether with the Heilam Inn nearby. On the promontory are four unusually large and well preserved lime kilns, built c.1870 as two pairs. In front of them is a boathouse and the older ferry pier which also served the lime kilns <1>.
Taylor, A, 2007-9, Photographs of various HER sites by Andrew Taylor (CD 1) (Image/Photograph(s)). SHG24382.
<1> Close-Brooks, J, 1986, Exploring Scotland's Heritage: The Highlands (Text/Publication/Volume). SHG2053.
|Grid reference||Centred NC 4465 5971 (276m by 378m)|
Related Monuments/Buildings (6)
- Parent of: Former Inn and House, Ard Neackie (Building) (MHG10181)
- Parent of: Lime Kiln, Heilam Ferry (Monument) (MHG11912)
- Parent of: Lime Kilns, Ard Neackie (Monument) (MHG11911)
- Parent of: Limestone Quarry, Ard Neakie (Monument) (MHG11917)
- Parent of: Pier, Ard Neackie (Monument) (MHG11914)
- Parent of: Possible Stable, Store or Quarry Workers Cottage, Ard Neackie (Building) (MHG35861)
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