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ABERCALDER, RAILWAY COTTAGE (L) AND MO DHACHAIDH (R)LB1844

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
C
Date Added
17/04/1986
Local Authority
Highland
Planning Authority
Highland
Parish
Boleskine And Abertarff
NGR
NH 34667 4012
Coordinates
234667, 804012

Description

Circa 1900. Single storey, wide 3-bay range comprising 2

dwellings. White harled with contrasting brick dressings;

Entrance to Railway Cottage in W gable and to Mo Dhachaidh in

single bay weatherboarded extension at E. Segmental-headed

windows, bipartites in outer bays, all with pronounced brick

long and short detailing and linked by band and cill courses.

Multi-pane glazing to upper sashes. Deep base course; brick

long and short angles; end stacks; slate roofs with

projecting eaves.

Statement of Special Interest

Built for Invergarry - Fort Augustus Railway, constructed

and in operation only between 1896-1911.

References

Bibliography

John Thomas, FORGOTTEN RAILWAYS (1976), p.200.

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