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Clachaig Quarry

These were taken from the other side of the river, will try and get back and have a closer look.

Clachaig Quarry
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Masonry pillar near roadside, possibly part of quarry.
Masonry building with corrugated iron roof, possibly powder house described on Canmore
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ID: MHG14464
Type of record: Monument
Name: Clachaig Inn
Grid Reference: NN 1290 5680
Map Sheet: NN15NW
Civil Parish: LISMORE AND APPIN
Geographical Area: LOCHABER
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Glencoe, Clachaig

Quarry (Period Unassigned), Structure(S) (Period Unassigned)
Site Name Glencoe, Clachaig
Classification Quarry (Period Unassigned), Structure(S) (Period Unassigned)
Canmore ID 346077
Site Number NN15NW 69
NGR NN 12935 56724
Datum OSGB36 - NGR
Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/site/346077

This photograph is by JMB and was uploaded March 20th 2018. © JMB please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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