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The upper canal leading into Loch na h-Airde, with the blockage part-way along it. The left-hand revetment is relatively intact, but that on the right appears to have been dismantled to its foundation ...

DP 175335

Description The upper canal leading into Loch na h-Airde, with the blockage part-way along it. The left-hand revetment is relatively intact, but that on the right appears to have been dismantled to its foundations and the stones thrown onto the bank. Tradition asserts that this was done to bring larger vessels into the loch. (Colin Martin)

Date 2008

Collection Dr Colin and Dr Paula Martin

Catalogue Number DP 175335

Category On-line Digital Images

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1407396

Collection Hierarchy - Item Level

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

Group Level (551 434/7) Maritime Landscape

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