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Rubh An Dunain

551 434/7/3

Description Rubh An Dunain

Collection Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin

Catalogue Number 551 434/7/3

Category All Other

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1407344

Collection Hierarchy - Sub-Group Level

Preview Category Catalogue Number Title Date Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175294 Aerial photograph of the Rubh’ an Dùnain peninsula from the W, with the Cuillin Hills rising in the background. Loch na h-Airde is close to the tip of the peninsula. Loch Brittle is on the left, with Glenbrittle at its head. (Edward Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175295 Aerial photograph of the W tip of the Rubh an Dùnain peninsula showing Loch na h-Airde and the canal linking it to the sea. The islet of Sgeir Mhòr provides a sheltered anchorage beyond the canal's mouth. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175296 Aerial photograph of the headland fort and canal from the SE. Underwater indications of a stone-built quay can be seen on either side of the canal’s entry to the loch. Beyond the canal entrance a basin of deeper water largely clear of weed is visible. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175297 Aerial photograph of the headland fort and canal from the SW. Underwater indications of a stone-built quay can be seen on either side of the canal’s entry to the loch. Beyond the canal entrance a basin of deeper water largely clear of weed is visible. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175298 Aerial photograph of the headland fort, canal, and loch from the S. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175299 Aerial photograph of Loch na h-Airde from the NE, showing the canal, headland fort (extreme centre left) and the sheltered anchorage afforded by Sgeir Mhòr (top left). (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175300 Aerial photograph of the canal and headland fort from the NW. The cleared channel towards the mouth of the canal is evident. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175304 The Slochd Dubh – Black Dyke – a stone wall running from one side of the Rubh’ an Dùnain peninsula to the other, evidently defining a territorial boundary. Though the present wall is relatively modern its line shows modifications and traces of earlier structures, and the line may be of some antiquity. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175301 Aerial photograph of the canal and headland fort from the SW. The cleared channel towards the mouth of the canal is evident. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175302 Loch na h-Airde from the settlement above Rubh’ an Dùnain, looking SW. 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175303 Loch na h-Airde from the settlement above Rubh’ an Dùnain, looking SW. The so-called ‘Tacksman’s House’ is in the foreground. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175305 The Slochd Dubh – Black Dyke – a stone wall running from one side of the Rubh’ an Dùnain peninsula to the other, evidently defining a territorial boundary. Though the present wall is relatively modern its line shows modifications and traces of earlier structures, and the line may be of some antiquity. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175306 The Slochd Dubh – Black Dyke – a stone wall running from one side of the Rubh’ an Dùnain peninsula to the other, evidently defining a territorial boundary. Though the present wall is relatively modern its line shows modifications and traces of earlier structures, and the line may be of some antiquity. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175310 Headland fort from the W. Note the likelihood that much of its seaward interior has been lost to rock fall. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175307 Map showing features connected with the canal and its surroundings at Rubh’ an Dùnain. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175308 Plan and N elevation of the headland fort at Rubh’ an Dùnain. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175309 Headland fort from the W. Note the likelihood that much of its seaward interior has been lost to rock fall. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175311 Vertical aerial photograph from drone of the headland fort at Rubh’ an Dùnain. (Edward Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175312 Headland fort from the NE, looking towards Rum. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175313 Headland fort, N face of wall, looking S towards Rum. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175314 Headland fort from the NE, looking towards Rum. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175315 Headland fort from the NE, looking towards Rum. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175316 Headland fort from the NE. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images DP 175317 Headland fort from the NE, looking towards the islet of Sgeir Mhòr and the sheltered anchorage between. (Colin Martin) 2008 Item Level

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