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Country code GB
Repository code 234
Repository National Records of Scotland
Reference RHP120
Title Plan of the course and channel of the River Tay, Perthshire
Dates 1830
Access status Open
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Location On site (Sighthill)
Description 'Plan of the Course and Channel of the River Tay opposite the Lands of Rome and Scone's Haugh on the one side and East Haugh and Muirton on the other shewing the jetties and other circumstances referred to in the question between the Earl of Mansfield and the Earl of Kinnoul and Lawson's trustees'. By George Buchanan.
Multiple scales. 639 x 995 mm. Ink and colour wash. Linen backing.
Plan of River Tay at confluence with River Almond showing islands, banks, jetties, Derders ford and old ferry boat hole. Buildings, plantations and adjacent owners noted. Depths of river. Inset plan [1:900] of jetties. Longitudinal section of river bed. parts of Redgorton and Tibbermore parishes included. Compass rose.
Level Item
Extent 1 plan, flat
Copyright Crown Copyright
Related material Process
Archival history Found during the arrangement of the unextracted processes in the basement room of the office of Mr. Drysdale, at January 1866.
Associated places
PL269Scone, Perthshire, Scotland
PL508Tibbermore, Perthshire, Scotland
PL567Redgorton, Perthshire, Scotland

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