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Inverness in 1823

Inverness in 1823

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LOCATION: Inverness
PERIOD: 1820s
OLD COUNTY/PARISH: INVERNESS:Inverness and Bona
CONTRIBUTOR: Highland Libraries
COLLECTION NAME: Fraser Mackintosh (illustrations)
DATE OF ORIGINAL: 1893
location map


This is a view of Inverness as seen from Godsman's Walk. Godsman's Walk runs from Culduthel Road, near the castle, towards Aultnaskiach. It was said to have been built by Captain Godsman who was the factor at the castle in the 1760s. Whether or not he built the walk is debatable but he was seen walking this way from the castle to his home at Aultnaskiach every day.

This illustration was taken from 'Mackenzie's Guide to Inverness', by Alexander Mackenzie (Inverness, 1893)



IDENTIFIER: QZP40_784_P006

If you would like to view the original item please see the library's website for opening hours. Inverness Library


Find out more about Charles Fraser MacKintosh




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