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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 ...

DP 175305

Description 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)

Date 2008

Collection Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin

Catalogue Number DP 175305

Category On-line Digital Images

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1407366

File Format (TIF) Tagged Image File Format bitmap

Collection Hierarchy - Item Level

Collection Level (551 434) Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin

Group Level (551 434/7) Maritime Landscape

>> Sub-Group Level (551 434/7/3) Rubh An Dunain

>>> Item Level (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

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