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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Dingwall & Skye Railway
Dingwall & Skye Railway
Mr William Garrow, Strathpeffer Station
Company's Time Table
Mr Gunn, Esqr
076; 088 This is a line of single rails running from Dingwall to Strome Ferry, a distance of 53 miles, the nearest port to the Isle of Skye. It was opened in Augt 1870 for general traffic. It is the property of the Dingwall and Skye Railway Company but it is worked by the Highland Railway Company.
HEIGHTS OF INCHVANNIE Heights of Inchvannie
Heights of Inchvannie
Heights of Inchvannie
N Gunn Esqr
Mr Macorquodale
Valuation Roll
076 This name is given to several crofts which lie on the face of the hill north of Inchvannie Farm. The houses are all one story high, thatched and in fair order. Her Grace the Duchess of Sutherland proprietrix.
Strathpeffer Station
Strathpeffer Station
Mr Gunn, Factor
Mr Macorquodale
Revd. [Reverend] I Menzies
076 This is a wooden building one story high situated on the Dingwall & Skye Railway - 4½ miles from the former place, and a short distance north of Auchterneed village. It is slated andin thorough repair. Property of the Railway Company

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