Plan Of The Roads Between Nairn And Millhill, With Explanation And References, Nairnshire

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Organisation: The National Records of Scotland (NRS)

Site ID: RHP186

Date: 1797

Description: 'Plan of the Roads in Dispute between James Brodie of Brodie, Esq, and Mr and Mrs Dunbar of Boath'. By George Brown
[1:4000] 1 inch = 4.5 Scottish chains. 782 x 553 mm. Ink and colour wash. Linen backing.
Plan of roads east of Nairn that cross the lands of Boath and Brodie. Roads coloured and serially lettered with explanation given in attached references. Land use shown - arable, pasture, moss and plantations. Enclosures, improvements and improveable ground noted. Buildings shown include Merrytown, Auchnacloich, Millhill, Muir, Kilnhill, Wester and Easter Drum and part of the town of Nairn. Coastline shown with broken sandhills, Brodie's fish-house, beacons, high and low water marks and mouth of River Nairn. Names of adjacent properties and owners given. Relief by hachures. Small picture of sailing craft.

Archival history: Court of Session Records (CS)

Coordinates: 286768, 854077

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