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Publication Account

Date 1999

Event ID 1019309

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Publication Account

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/event/1019309

Brae House and White House date from 1771x78. Facing southwards, looking over West Bay, these two-storeyed houses are harled with slated roofs, although White House now has modern slates. B

ae House has its lintel engraved 'TB 1771', piended dormers and an inscribed door lintel. A three-faced sundial, dating from 1778, would have been a useful timepiece for those making for the ferry boat. These stood on the new route way under construction at this time (seep 46).

Information from ‘Historic North Queensferry and the Peninsula: The Archaeological Implications of Development’ (1999).

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