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TITLE
Jock's Hole, Thurso River
EXTERNAL ID
HC_ARCH2_1981-82_81061017
PLACENAME
Thurso
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
CAITHNESS: Thurso
PERIOD
1980s
SOURCE
The Highland Council Archaeology Unit
ASSET ID
13221
KEYWORDS
Jock's Hole, Thurso River

Jock's Hole (Beat 1 - River Thurso) produces a lot of fish in the course of the year, and very often Spring fish.

A river of Caithness district in Highland Council Area, the River Thurso rises in the foothills of Cnoc Cromuillt and flows eastward, then northeasterward before passing through Loch More and then turning in a northerly direction. Flowing seaward, it passes through the settlements of Gerston and Halkirk before emptying into Thurso Bay at Thurso.

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Jock's Hole, Thurso River

CAITHNESS: Thurso

1980s

The Highland Council Archaeology Unit

Jock's Hole (Beat 1 - River Thurso) produces a lot of fish in the course of the year, and very often Spring fish.<br /> <br /> A river of Caithness district in Highland Council Area, the River Thurso rises in the foothills of Cnoc Cromuillt and flows eastward, then northeasterward before passing through Loch More and then turning in a northerly direction. Flowing seaward, it passes through the settlements of Gerston and Halkirk before emptying into Thurso Bay at Thurso.