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Fortrose Cathedral, Cathedral Square. View of Chapter House, undercroft.

SC 398313

Description Fortrose Cathedral, Cathedral Square. View of Chapter House, undercroft.

Catalogue Number SC 398313

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of RC 1102

Scope and Content 1930s photograph of undercroft of Chapter house, Fortrose Cathedral, Fortrose, Highland Fortrose Cathedral was built in 1236 as a replacement for a smaller structure at Rosemarkie. After the Reformation, the south aisle survived as a burial-aisle and the chapter house as a council house and school. This is the undercroft of the chapter house. At various times, this building served as a school, a council chamber and a jail. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


File Format (TIF) Tagged Image File Format bitmap

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