MHG31935 - Corn drying kiln - Breac-achadh


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Type and Period (1)

  • CORN DRYING KILN (Post Medieval - 1560 AD to 1900 AD)

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  • None recorded

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Corn-Drying Kiln Remains.
Grass-covered, stone and turf-walled corn-drying kiln (see Plates 21 & 22), measuring 8m x 4m, with typical semi-circular upper, N end, forms a prominent structure set on a gently S-sloping, grassy meadow, 6m to the S of the existing access track, below the derelict house of Feature 165 (below) at Breac-achadh. Its walls are spread to 1m wide and are 0.5m high, its long sides trend 012 degrees and the rectangular, lower end contains a boulder tumble. The bowl is 0.4m deep, and a small pit has been cut into this upper, N rounded end and the whole structure is completely covered in grass. <1>

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Grid reference Centred NC 8483 1171 (10m by 10m) (2 map features)
Map sheet NC81SW
Geographical Area SUTHERLAND
Civil Parish CLYNE

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