Deanich Lodge, near Ardgay

Deanich Lodge, near Ardgay

Year: 1937 | Included in Albums: Places

Photo Description

Deanich Lodge is situated c15 miles west of Ardgay in the valley of the Abhainn Gleann Mor, a tributary of the Alladale River which is itself a tributary of the River Carron. On the back of the photo is written "from Mr C S Drabble, Oct 1937" but it is possible the photo may have been taken before that date. See also Picture #177

Cat No. 543
Year 1937
Albums Places
Date added June 30th, 2004
Added by Tain & District Museum
2 Visitor Comments
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    Ian Ross Horne

    Was this lodge demolished to build Deanich Lodge as it is today?

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    Ross Macleod

    There are some recent pictures of Deanich Lodge here - http://users.bigpond.com/ross.macleod/deanich/ There doesn't seem to be much difference between the above picture and the modern day lodge. Even the long wooden storage box on the eastern gable wall (for storing fishing rods perhaps), is just visible in the above picture and the last picture on this website http://users.bigpond.com/ross.macleod/deanich/ The building in the background (Deanich Cottage) has gone. The covered porch appears to have been added sometime between the 1920s and and when the above picture was taken. It is not present on this picture http://www.tainmuseum.org.uk/imagelibrary/picture.asp?id=177

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