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Corn Drying Kiln (Period Unassigned), House Platform (Period Unassigned), Rig And Furrow (Medieval)

Site Name Carn-gorm

Classification Corn Drying Kiln (Period Unassigned), House Platform (Period Unassigned), Rig And Furrow (Medieval)

Canmore ID 87767

Site Number NG92SE 6

NGR NG 9560 2072

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Highland
  • Parish Glenshiel
  • Former Region Highland
  • Former District Skye And Lochalsh
  • Former County Ross And Cromarty

Archaeology Notes

NG92SE 6 9560 2072.

A possible corn-drying kiln was identified here adjacent to broad rig cultivation.

J Wordsworth 1994h.


Field Visit (22 April 1997 - 22 April 1997)

The remains of a house platform c8m by c4m aligned NE/SW lies c6m S of the road. A similar feature may lie c4m to the S but is even less well-defined. Some 7m to the E, the remains of a turf dyke c0.6m wide and c0.2m high can be partially seen running S for a distance of c26m. There is light evidence for cultivation to the E of the dyke.

Information from NTS: KIN054 (JH and JW) 22nd April 1997

NTS Survey


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