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OS1/28/24/9

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT SLOCHD NA PÉIN Allt Slochd na Péin Mr McLennan
Mr Murchison
Mr Cross
104 This name is given to a small hill stream which rises on the N. [North] end of Càrn Mòr, and runs in a western direction for about a mile, when it enters the river carron about half a mile above where the Dingwall and Kyle railway crosses that river. It means "Stream of the Pain Hollow"
STALLA DUBH Stalla Dubh
Stalla Dubh
Stalla Dubh
Mr Murchison
Mr McLennan
Mr Cross
104 This name applies to the end of the ridge of which Carn Mor forms a conspicuous point, and about half a mile south of the end of that hill and about a quarter of a mile east of the Dingwall & Skye Railway It means Black perpendicular rock
ALLTAN EOGHAINN Alltan. Eoghainn Mr Murchison
Mr McLennan
Mr Cross
104 This name applies to a hill stream situated between Càrn Mòr and Stalla Dubh and which runs Westwards until it approaches the Torr Wood, where it has been diverted by the railway Company and made to spread on the moor near Loch na Criche . It means "owen's stream"

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