Plan Of Deshoir, The North Side Of Loch Tay, Perthshire

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Organisation: The National Records of Scotland (NRS)

Site ID: RHP569

Date: 1772

Description: 'A Plan of Deshoir &c'. By John Farquharson.
[1:17,800] 1 in = 20 Scottish chains. 623 x 1452 mm. Ink and colour wash. Linen backing.
Detailed plan of north side of Loch Tay from Killin to confluence of Rivers Lyon and Tay showing crofts with infields and outfields coloured. Buildings, plantations, mills, schoolhouses, burial places, head dykes, roads and bridges noted. Inset plan of Schihallion, Perthshire. Plan appears to be a small scale reproduction of Farquharson's survey of 1769 - RHP973/1-2. Part of Killin parish included.

Archival history: Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments) (GD112)

Coordinates: 268615, 738519