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21 and 23 High Street. General view of facade.

SC 1642214

Description 21 and 23 High Street. General view of facade.

Date 1975 to 1976

Collection List C Survey

Catalogue Number SC 1642214

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of IN 5635

Scope and Content Number 21 to 23 High Street, Inverness, Highland Inverness expanded rapidly in the 19th century following construction of the Caledonian Canal (begun in 1804) and connection to the rail network (1855). Its main industries at that period were ship-building, iron founding and saw-milling. Number 21 to 23 High Street was built in 1878-9 to designs by Matthews and Lawrie. The royal arms are carved on the central pediment between the two turrets. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


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