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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SPEYBRIDGE Spey bridge
Spey bridge
Spey bridge
Mr Mortimer
Mr BlacK, Tenant
Mr Anderson, Tenant
035 This name is applied to several dwelling houses, near the Granton Station of the Strathspey Railway, and a short distance from the Spey Bridge, from which they derive the name. They are all one storey high, partly thatch and partly built of wood; the former are not in good repair; the latter are in fair repair. The Earl of Seafield proprietor
Grantown Station
Grantown Station
Mr Mortimer, master
Mr Anderson, Spey bridge
Mr Black Spey bridge
035 A Railway Station, on the Strathspey Line, comprising offices dwelling house and Goods shed; the former, are slated, the latter is entirely built of wood. It is about one mile and quarter from the village of Grantown.

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