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River Cononish, Viaduct and Horseshore Bend
General View
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Detail showing reverse face of gravestone of Peter Jeffrey, d.1857. 
Horseshoe, royal crown, hammer and anvil emblems.
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Scanned image of view showing 'beast' and 'horseshoe' symbols.
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View from SSE of St James Place and the W end of Little King Street immediately prior to demolition.  In the foreground The Horseshoe Bar with the St Andrew's Hall in the background.
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Interior, view from East showing horseshoe gallery
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Aerial photograph of Sheep Island from the SE. The three kilns and associated buildings are clustered round the small bay. On the left is a horseshoe-shaped reef (an Càrn = pile of stones) which appears to have served as a ballast dump. (Colin Martin)
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Aerial photograph of Sheep Island from the W. The cleared strip up the centre of the beach leading towards Kiln 1 is clear. On the right is a horseshoe-shaped reef (an Càrn = pile of stones) which appears to have served as a ballast dump. (Colin Martin)
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Kiln 3 and its extension from the N, showing the quay on the left. Beyond, at top centre, is a horseshoe-shaped reef (an Càrn = pile of stones) which appears to have served as a ballast dump. (Colin Martin)
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The quay frontage to the SE of Kiln 3. Beyond, at top centre, is a horseshoe-shaped reef (an Càrn = pile of stones) which appears to have served as a ballast dump. (Colin Martin)
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Castle of Wardhouse excavation archive
X-ray of metal finds - nails, horseshoe. (No print)
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