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TITLE
Camserney Farm Long-house, Aberfeldy
EXTERNAL ID
QZP99_94052_04_11
PLACENAME
Aberfeldy
DISTRICT
Perthshire - Highland
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
PERTH: Dull
CREATOR
Henry Menmuir
SOURCE
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection, Edinburgh Central Library
ASSET ID
38633
KEYWORDS
towns
farms
bridges
crofts
Camserney Farm Long-house, Aberfeldy

Aberfeldy was originally a collection of Gaelic speaking 'ferm touns' on the south side of the River Tay. The river was first bridged in 1733 as part of General Wade's system of military roads. The bridge and road encouraged growth in the town. The Black Watch regiment was raised in the area in 1740


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Camserney Farm Long-house, Aberfeldy

PERTH: Dull

towns; farms; bridges; crofts

Edinburgh and Scottish Collection, Edinburgh Central Library

I F Grant Photographic Archive

Aberfeldy was originally a collection of Gaelic speaking 'ferm touns' on the south side of the River Tay. The river was first bridged in 1733 as part of General Wade's system of military roads. The bridge and road encouraged growth in the town. The Black Watch regiment was raised in the area in 1740 <br /> <br /> <br /> This image can be purchased.<br /> For further information about purchasing and prices please email<br /> <a href="mailto: central.edsc.library@edinburgh.gov.uk">Edinburgh Central Library</a>