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Accessing Scotland's Past Project

Event ID 561868

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Accessing Scotland's Past Project


The ruins of Lynemore farmsteading lie in a forestry plantation close to the confluence of the Burn of Glen Beag and the Burn of Glen More. It comprises at least seven buildings, including a farmhouse and a barn with a horse-engine attached, but the disposition of the buildings is different to that shown on the 1st edition of the Ordnance Survey 6-inch map, published in 1869, indicating that the steading was probably rebuilt in the late nineteenth century.

Text prepared by RCAHMS as part of the Accessing Scotland's Past project

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