Category Archives: Heritage

Heritage and History of our community

MAGAZINE – TULLICH

MAGAZINE  – TULLICH H.E.R.  No.  MHG56895 GRID  REF.  92304205 The Magazine , looking North Note: 1. The thickness of the walls and roof. 2.The robbed stone from the corners. 3.The faint impression of the outer wall running down the right edge and … Continue reading

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Archive Photographs

The Gallery of photographs below have been uploaded from our Archives. These were inherited from former Smithy Heritage Society and gathered from many sources over the years. Click the small pictures to see larger ones. If anyone has any further … Continue reading

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Archive photos of the Smithy Community Hub.

This gallery contains 38 photos.

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Tullich Rifle range.

RIFLE RANGE – TULLICH H.E.R. No. MHG56865 GRID REF. 91234195 to 916418 2nd addition o/s map 6 inch to 1 mile This rifle range was used by the Lochcarron Volunteers, later the Ross and Cromarty Highland Mountain Battery (Royal Garrison … Continue reading

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The Road network. A brief history of roads around strathcarron.

The roads around the Lochcarron  district were mostly all built within short time periods:- 1810-1825 and then 1962 -1978.  Before 1800 transport in the West Highlands depended on the sea. Land travel was on foot or on horseback. In 1802 … Continue reading

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A Geological History of Lochcarron

A Geological History of Lochcarron a brief introduction to the geology influencing the scenery of Lochcarron & district. Continental Drift The ancient landscape that is Lochcarron and its environs has as its foundation some of the oldest rocks on the … Continue reading

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Highland Forests. A brief history.

Highland Forests For tens of thousands of years the Scottish Highlands were covered with ice, thousands of feet thick. About 10,000 years ago the ice retreated leaving the hills and valleys much as they are today. Vegetation colonised the bare … Continue reading

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