List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FALLS OF GARBH ALLT Falls of Garbh Allt
Falls of Garbh Allt
Falls of Garbh Allt
Mr. Morgan, Inverey.
Mr. Morgan, Castleton of Braemar
Mr. McIntosh, Invercanlick.
098 These are a series of falls on the Garth Allt about 3/4 of a mile from its junction with the River Dee. There are a few rocks on each side of the stream "A most ingenious and very curious wooden bridge is cast over the burn for foot passengers; and which bridge, you will confess, has few matches for elegance and curiosity of structure. Likewise here, there is erected a very fair and commodious Fog-house from the windows of which a fine view of the turbulent waterfall is to be had." New Deeside Guide, Page 64.
Creag Clunie
Creag Clunie
Mr. Brown, factor, Invercauld.
Estate plan.
Mr. Lamont, Clunie Cottage
098 This name is applied to a hill which lies between Bridge of Dee and Càrn nan Sglait. It lies in a north-eastern and south-western direction. Its north and west slopes are very rugged. The meaning of the name cannot be ascertained.
Allt na Claise Mor
Allt na Claise Mor
Mr. Morgan, Castleton of Braemar
Mr. Lamont
Mr. McIntosh.
098 This stream has its source at the head of Clais Mhòr and flows north-easterly and joins the River Dee at Invercauld Bridge. Its name means Burn of the Large Glen or Hollow

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