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TITLE
Cascade near Carrol
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_352_FM_P004
PLACENAME
Carrol
DISTRICT
Kildonan, Loth and Clyne
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
SUTHERLAND: Clyne
DATE OF IMAGE
1780
PERIOD
1780s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31181
KEYWORDS
waterfalls
cascades
rivers
Cascade near Carrol

Carrol Rock overlooks Loch Brora. It is a steep hill and has reportedly been a nest for eagles in the past but the more usual birds now are ravens and buzzards. Near the village of Carrol a river runs through the hills. The river falls into a cascade which is pictured here.

This illustration was taken from 'Antiquities and Scenery of the North of Scotland, in a series of letters to Thomas Pennant Esq', by Rev Charles Cordiner, Minister of St Andrew's Chapel, Banff (1780)

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Cascade near Carrol

SUTHERLAND: Clyne

1780s

waterfalls; cascades; rivers

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (illustrations)

Carrol Rock overlooks Loch Brora. It is a steep hill and has reportedly been a nest for eagles in the past but the more usual birds now are ravens and buzzards. Near the village of Carrol a river runs through the hills. The river falls into a cascade which is pictured here.<br /> <br /> This illustration was taken from 'Antiquities and Scenery of the North of Scotland, in a series of letters to Thomas Pennant Esq', by Rev Charles Cordiner, Minister of St Andrew's Chapel, Banff (1780)