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SRP Recording Event

Date June 2010 - June 2010

Event ID 631851

Category Recording

Type Field Visit


Field visit.

The grass-covered stone footings of two rectangular buildings lie on the W bank of a small burn on the hillside just above the A855 Portree-Staffin road. Both are aligned NE-SW and are separated by a modern drain. The first building (labelled 11 on the Tottrome site sketch attached to this record) lies above the drain and measures c13m x c7m externally, over well spread walls. The second building (labelled 12 on the Tottrome site sketch) lies below the drain and measures c9m x c 5.5m externally. Its NW corner has been ‘clipped’ by the drain and some stones (assumed to have been from the building) are lying inside.

Information from SRP Storr Lochs, July 2011.

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