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Inchmarnock, Midpark

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View of incised stones in yard wall.
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Detail of base at North side of chancel arch.
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Detail of base at South side of chancel arch.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the two farmsteads and the site of the chapel (middle right), taken from the ESE.
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Survey drawing; plan of chapel with details of nook-shaft, south respond and plinth
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Veiw of the Middleton family, Annie Gillies and RCAHMS staff lifting a grave marker at Inchmarnock chapel in 1975, taken from the W.
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General oblique aerial view of Inchmarnock Island, looking S.
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Lifting a grave marker at Inchmarnock. RCAHMS staff and the Middleton family.
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General view of remains of church from South-West.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the two farmsteads and site of the chapel (in the centre top), taken from the SE.
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Group photograph at Inchmarnock. The Middleton family with Annie Gillies (lower row left). RCAHMS staff are on the right; G Hay (top), S Scott and I Fisher (bottom).
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Oblique aerial view centred on the farmsteads and the site of the chapel, taken from the E.
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The Middleton family, Annie Gillies and RCAHMS staff. Lifting a grave marker at Inchmarnock chapel, taken from the east.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the two farmsteads and site of the chapel (at the top left), taken from the SSW.
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General oblique aerial view of Inchmarnock Island, looking S.
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A working shot taken during the excavation of Inchmarnock chapel, and the visit of RCAHMS. In the foreground are (from left to right) S Scott, I Fisher and GD Hay (all of RCAHMS). In the background (from left to right) are David and Jim Middleton, Annie Gillies (from Straad), Rodden, Jessica, Joy and Kirsty Middleton. Taken from the north east.
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View of chancel from North-West.
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