Plan Of The Estates Of Pittencrieff, Luscar And Clune, Dunfermline, Fife

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Organisation: The National Records of Scotland (NRS)

Site ID: RHP199

Date: 1771

Description: 'The estate of Pittencrieff, Luscar and Clune, the property of George Chalmers, Esq'. By Robert Scotland.
[1:3600] 1 inch = 4 Scottish chains. 106 x 149 cm.
Detailed estate plan consisting of two separate parts: (1) the coast from Charlestown to Rosyth church showing Charlestown, Limekilns and Brucehaven including limeworks, saltpans and harbours. Crossford village, Pitfirrane, Logie, Gallowridge Hill, Broomhall and Pitliver Houses noted. (2) Town of Dunfermline showing mills, palace yard, church, bowling green, water cistern and Burgher Meeting House. estate of pittencrieff shown with full layout of park, gardens and fields with field-names, acreages, roads, plantations and buildings noted.
List of contents. Decorative features on map include drawing of fully-rigged man-of-war, two pinnaces and fishing boat. Compass rose surmounted by fleur-de-lis.

Archival history: Court of Session records. Found during the arrangement of the unextracted processes in the basement room of the office of Mr. W. M. Potts.

Coordinates: 309307, 688962