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Glen Albyn Distillery Sketch of Ground Plan and Elevation of Premises

  During this research marathon, which commenced with Glen Mhor and subsequently rolled in Glen Albyn , and not forgetting Millburn . I've been consistently humbled by the generosity of onlookers giving up their time and information to assist in my research. The team at the Inverness Local History Forum have been fantastic to work with and the Highland Archive Centre team in Inverness, continue to be of great assistance. It was during one of these visits to the Highland Archives that I stumbled across a trio of documents relating to the Muirtown Wharf area. I didn't know what to expect when I unrolled the historical document, one of which is almost 180 years old. Immediately noticing it's importance to our Glen Albyn research, I wanted to document it visually, however we have been unable to obtain permission via the Canal & River Trust to reproduce the original document. This is disappointing; however, the success of these projects is based on goodwill, non-profit an

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