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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUNASKIN QUARRY Dunsakin Quarry
Dunsakin Quarry
Dunsakin Quarry
Dunsakin Quarry
Dunsakin Quarry
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A. Hervey
W. Gilchrist
W. G. Galloway
R. Smith
046 A large Freestone Quarry at the South [end] of Dunaskin Glen and on each [Side] of Dunskin Burn, The Stone is of [an] excellent quality for building &c [it is] worked by the Dalmellington Iron Company and conveyed by them (by railway) to [Several] parts of the neighbouring country. [It is ] of a whitish colour looks well in [buildings] a little Soft but Stands the weather [well]
DUNASKIN BRIDGE (Upper) Dunaskin Bridge (Upper)
Dunaskin Bridge (Upper)
Dunaskine Bridge
Dunaskin Bridge (Upper)
Dunaskin Bridge
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A. Hervey
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W. Gilchrist
W. G. Galloway
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R. Smith
046 A Wooden Bridge About 67 yards long Spanning Dunaskin Glen and Burn Supported by three Solid Stone pillars erected by the Dalmellington Iron Company for its purpose of conveying [--] mineral (Ironstone) of Corbie Craigs and it [--] to the furnace at Waterside. It connects [--] From Road on both Sides partly an [--] worked by an engine and partly drawn [--] horses

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