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- Category: A
- Date Added: 25/04/1989
- Local Authority: Moray
- Planning Authority: Moray
- Parish: Forres
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NJ 3611 56672
- Coordinates: 303611, 856672
1899. Distillery complex including office block, mash house, still house, kiln, malt barn. Harl pointed rubble, tooled ashlar dressings, some brick, some whitewashed exterior walling.
Kiln with ogee slated roof and pagoda lovered apex vent. Tall red brick chimney, square on plan, with contrasting yellow brick quoins. Long 2-storey malt-barn with symmetrical 12-bay S elevation.
BONDED WAREHOUSES: range of 5 bonded warehouses with continuous gable ends; mainly single storey, but E block of 2-storeys.
DISTILLERY WORKER'S COTTAGES: 1899. 2 pairs 2-storey, 2-bay E facing houses. Brick walling at ground floor and dummy timber framing at 1st floor. Entrances in outer bays, Nos1 and 4 with gabled waether boarded porches; large segmental-headed ground floor front windows; large centre 2-window gabled dormers; varied glazing. Centre brick ridge stacks; jerkin-headed slate roofs with red pottery ridges.
Rear and gable end single storey additions.
Statement of Special Interest
Dallas Dhu Distillery is a Guardianship Monument in Care. It is
notable for survival of traditional whisky distilling
fittings and machinery.
2 houses (including manager's house) to N of Manachy Burn
not included in listing.
Scheduled Monument 24 January 2000.
John Hume, THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF SCOTLAND ii
(1977), p. 233.
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