MHG53118 - Loch Borralie North


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Type and Period (1)

  • SHIELING HUT? (Medieval - 1058 AD? to 1559 AD?)

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  • None recorded

Full Description

Small subrectangular structure. Defined by one course of stone (protruding through turf) - no bank. Partially built on to bedrock. The stones are quite tumbled off the wall line and structure is generally in very poor state of preservation. Measures 5 m NNE/SSW externally along W side x 2.9 m. The E wall is untraceable - so only three sides evident. The walls are spread up to 1.2 m wide, though possibly originally only 0.65 m (2 stones) wide as far as can be judged.
In grassland on edge of 20 m contour in area of glacial debris and exposed bedrock. Overlooking Loch Borralie to S.
Possible shieling.
Recommendations: None. <1><2>

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Grid reference NC 3869 6762 (point) Approximate
Map sheet NC36NE
Geographical Area SUTHERLAND
Civil Parish DURNESS

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