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TITLE
Black Rock Gorge
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_287_P030
PLACENAME
Black Rock Gorge
DISTRICT
Dingwall
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Kiltearn
DATE OF IMAGE
1890
PERIOD
1890s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31069
KEYWORDS
gorges
ravines
rivers
lochs
Black Rock Gorge

The Black Rock Gorge is a narrow ravine which has been carved out of the rock by the River Glass. The river flows from Loch Glass to the Cormarty Firth, north-east of Dingwall. The 70-foot gorge is at the mouth of the river, near Evanton.

This illustration is taken from 'Scenes and Stories from the North of Scotland' by John Sinclair

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Black Rock Gorge

ROSS: Kiltearn

1890s

gorges; ravines; rivers; lochs

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (illustrations)

The Black Rock Gorge is a narrow ravine which has been carved out of the rock by the River Glass. The river flows from Loch Glass to the Cormarty Firth, north-east of Dingwall. The 70-foot gorge is at the mouth of the river, near Evanton.<br /> <br /> This illustration is taken from 'Scenes and Stories from the North of Scotland' by John Sinclair