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TITLE
Old jetty at Loch Ussie
EXTERNAL ID
HC_ARCH4_1987_87011014
PLACENAME
Fodderty
DISTRICT
Dingwall
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Fodderty
DATE OF IMAGE
1987
PERIOD
1980s
SOURCE
The Highland Council Archaeology Unit
ASSET ID
13278
KEYWORDS
Old jetty
jetty
Loch Ussie
loch
mesotrophic
lake
conservation
clear water
Old jetty at Loch Ussie

A view of the Old Jetty, jutting out into Loch Ussie, at Fodderty, near the village of Strathpeffer. Loch Ussie is a Special Area of Conservation because of its designation as a mesotrophic lake, of intermediate productivity and clear water. The loch possesses flora and fauna from upland and lowland areas, including a diverse range of water plants.

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Old jetty at Loch Ussie

ROSS: Fodderty

1980s

Old jetty; jetty; Loch Ussie; loch; mesotrophic; lake; conservation; clear water

The Highland Council Archaeology Unit

A view of the Old Jetty, jutting out into Loch Ussie, at Fodderty, near the village of Strathpeffer. Loch Ussie is a Special Area of Conservation because of its designation as a mesotrophic lake, of intermediate productivity and clear water. The loch possesses flora and fauna from upland and lowland areas, including a diverse range of water plants.