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Dunrobin South Pier (11861)

Current Priority
Low
East
284699
North
900266
Site Type
Pier
Period
Unknown

Low lying linear pile of cobbles & boulders extending from HWM into sea. Approx. 2.5 m wide, up to 1 m in height & 30 m in length. Partially covered in sand at landward side. Depicted on current OS 1:25000 map.

Condition and current recommendations:

Condition
Poor
Action
None

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Record 198 on map 9 in East Sutherland Coastal Zone Assessment Survey, 2010

Other records:

NMRS
Unknown
SMR
Unknown

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27th February, 2015 by JonieCG
Survey Information
User:
JonieCG
Date:
Feb. 27, 2015
Tidal state:
low
Condition Information
Proximity to coast edge:
intertidal
Coastally eroding?:
active sea erosion; has eroded in the past
Other threats?:
vegetation growth; structural damage/decay
Description:

Low lying linear pile of cobbles & boulders extending from HWM into sea. Approx. 2.5 m wide, up to 1 m in height & 30 m in length. Partially covered in sand at landward side. Depicted on current OS 1:25000 map.

Management Information
How visible are the remains? (above ground):
limited visibility (partial remains)
How visible are the remains? (in section):
limited visibility in section
How accessibile is the site?:
easily accessible- no restrictions; vehicular access
The site is:
has local associations/history
Comments and recommendations

Photos

JonieCG's image
Dunrobin South Pier by JonieCG