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Giuthsach, The Highland Folk Museum, Newtonmore

551 1/4/7/25/94

Description Giuthsach, The Highland Folk Museum, Newtonmore

Date 16/5/2005

Collection RCAHMS

Catalogue Number 551 1/4/7/25/94

Category All Other

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1507290

Collection Hierarchy - Sub-Group Level

Preview Category Catalogue Number Title Date Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53342 View of ampitheatre from S 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53343 CN View of ampitheatre from S 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53344 CN Detail. Wood sculpture by Kevin Blackwell in ampitheatre 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53345 View of curling hut and pond from E. Replica of Newtonmore Curling Hut 1930 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53346 CN View of curling hut and pond from E. Replica of Newtonmore Curling Hut 1930 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53347 Wood sculpture by Kevin Blackwell 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53348 CN Wood sculpture by Kevin Blackwell 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53349 View of sawmill from S showing lade and Baile Gean township in distance 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53350 CN View of sawmill from S showing lade and Baile Gean township in distance 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53351 View of sawmill from NE. Originally used on the Ardverikie Estate 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53352 CN View of sawmill from NE. Originally used on the Ardverikie Estate 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53353 View of sawmill from N. Originally used on the Ardverikie Estate 16/5/2005 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 53354 CN View of sawmill from N. Originally used on the Ardverikie Estate 16/5/2005 Item Level

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