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Photo taken 11/12/2010. 31 349 Views of Scotland Morar Cross NM 679 927 Stainless steel plate on a stone plinth. Designed by Pat Ritchie and Archie MacLellan; erected by Morar Community Council and Highland Regional Council. At the unveiling ceremony of Tuesday, 7 July 1987, a crowd of 56 were encouraged to sing ‘The Road to the Isles’ and ‘The Silver Sands of Morar’. When I visited on 16 June 2009, the plate was missing; the plinth remained. It was installed a few yards from a 17-foot high cross, originally set up in the nineteenth century.
40 Personal communication, Rhoda Davidson, SNH, 4 May 2011 Armadale Gardens West NG 641 046 Panel set on a stone wall. 1994. Three of the ten peaks named on the panel are misidentified. Carn Mor 829m, Beinn Odhar 882m and Sgurr Dhomhuill Mor 713m are all hidden by closer ground. Two panels at Armadale Gardens on Skye carry labelled drawings of the view looking back to the Scottish mainland. This is the western one. Photo taken 23/02/2010. 29 349 Views of Scotland Glen Garry NH 211 028 Metal disc on a stone plinth.
The other is dated 1990 and was originally mounted on wooden posts. Both carry labelled drawings of the view north-west. When I visited on 20 May 2009, the 1990 panel was lying damaged on the ground. Bennachie – Mither Tap NJ 682 223 Copper disc, protected by glass, on a stone cylinder. Designed by James Mackay, erected by the Bailies of Bennachie, and unveiled on 14 or 15 July 1974.