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Doune, River Teith, Bridge Of Teith

Bridge (Period Unassigned), Chapel (Period Unassigned)(Possible)

Site Name Doune, River Teith, Bridge Of Teith

Classification Bridge (Period Unassigned), Chapel (Period Unassigned)(Possible)

Canmore ID 24743

Site Number NN70SW 14

NGR NN 72168 01244

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Stirling
  • Parish Kilmadock
  • Former Region Central
  • Former District Stirling
  • Former County Perthshire

Archaeology Notes

NN70SW 14 72168 01244

(NN 7216 0124) Bridge of Teith (1535) (NAT)

(NN 7216 0122) Chapel (NR) (Site of).

OS 6" map, (1958).

The Bridge of Teith, of two arches, was built in 1535 by Robert Spittel, tailor to Queen Margaret. A wall, said to have been part of an old chapel, was still visible in 1844.

New Statistical Account (NSA, Rev G Mitchell - 1844), 1845

This bridge shows no obvious traces of antiquity, with the exception, possibly, of the cut-waters. It was widened in 1866 (inscription on parapet) to double its original width, on its west side. There is no trace of any foundations at the published site of the chapel and no information about a chapel was found.

Visited by OS( WDJ) 18 October 1968.

NN c. 721 012. Nothing now remains of the chapel said to have stood close to the Bridge of Teith; part of one wall was still standing in 1844.

RCAHMS 1979, visited August 1978

NSA 1845

(Formerly scheduled as Teith Bridge, Doune). Descheduled.

Information from Historic Scotland, Certificate of Exclusion from Schedule dated 9 October 2001.

Architecture Notes


National Library of Scotland

Earnock MSS. 1. 97/99 - 2 engravings


Photographic Survey (May 1964)

Photographic survey by the Scottish National Buildings Record/Ministry of Work in May 1964.


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