List of Category A listed buildings in Perth and Kinross

This is a list of Category A listed buildings in Perth and Kinross, Scotland.

In Scotland, the term listed building refers to a building or other structure officially designated as being of "special architectural or historic interest".[1] Category A structures are those considered to be "buildings of national or international importance, either architectural or historic, or fine little-altered examples of some particular period, style or building type."[2] Listing was begun by a provision in the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1947, and the current legislative basis for listing is the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Act 1997.[3] The authority for listing rests with Historic Scotland, an executive agency of the Scottish Government, which inherited this role from the Scottish Development Department in 1991. Once listed, severe restrictions are imposed on the modifications allowed to a building's structure or its fittings. Listed building consent must be obtained from local authorities prior to any alteration to such a structure.[3] There are approximately 47,400 listed buildings in Scotland, of which around 8% (some 3,800) are Category A.[4]

The council area of Perth and Kinross covers 5,286 square kilometres (2,041 sq mi), and has a population of around 144,200. There are 160 Category A listed buildings in the area.

Listed buildings

Name Location Date Listed Grid Ref. [note 1] Geo-coordinates Notes LB Number [note 2] Image
Bridge of Ruim Over Quiech Burn east of Alyth NO2695349304 56°37′47″N 3°11′32″W Early-18th-century packhorse bridge[5] 53
Old Fincastle House Glen Fincastle, south of Blair Atholl NN8678462175 56°44′15″N 3°51′09″W 17th-century house[6] 69
Stobhall, Sundial No. 2 North-east of Stanley NO1325234477 56°29′40″N 3°24′38″W 17th-century faceted sundial[7] 79
Drummonie House South-west of Bridge of Earn NO1171117088 56°20′16″N 3°25′47″W Late-17th- or early-18th-century house[8] 163

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Balhary House South of Alyth NO2643446602 56°36′20″N 3°12′00″W Late Georgian country house[9] 4379
Bridge of Isla Over River Isla near Meikleour NO1637238142 56°31′40″N 3°21′40″W Late-18th-century five-arch bridge[10] 4424

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Gourdie House Craigie NO1225642314 56°33′52″N 3°25′46″W 18th-century house[11] 4440
Meikleour Mercat Cross Meikleour NO1575039530 56°32′25″N 3°22′18″W mercat cross dated 1698[12] 4446

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Stanley Mills, Bell Mill (or West Mill) Stanley NO1134532833 56°28′45″N 3°26′27″W Cotton mill of 1787, brick with iron columns, "perhaps the finest and best-preserved cotton mill with which Sir Richard Arkwright was concerned"[13] 4486

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Stanley Mills, Mid Mill Stanley NO1137432809 56°28′44″N 3°26′26″W Cotton mill of c. 1823, contains "probably the oldest cotton-spinning machinery in Scotland"[14] 4489

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Kilgraston House Bridge of Earn NO1254717502 56°20′30″N 3°24′59″W Georgian house of c. 1793[15] 4527

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Tullibardine Collegiate Church Near Auchterarder NN9095513470 56°18′04″N 3°45′50″W 15th-century collegiate church[16] 4554

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Aberuchill Castle Strathearn, west of Comrie NN7449221162 56°21′58″N 4°02′00″W 17th-century tower house with later additions[17] 5296

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Comrie Old Parish Church Comrie NN7728621954 56°22′26″N 3°59′19″W Gothic church of 1805[18] 5385

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1 Dunira Street Comrie NN7731221995 56°22′27″N 3°59′17″W Shop and offices, 1904 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh[19] 5393

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Balmanno Castle Aberargie NO1435715575 56°19′29″N 3°23′11″W 16th-century tower house[20] 5422

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Ecclesiamagirdle House South-west of Bridge of Earn NO1075616398 56°19′53″N 3°26′42″W 17th-century T-plan house[21] 5427
Ecclesiamagirdle House: Dovecot South-west of Bridge of Earn NO1077416398 56°19′53″N 3°26′41″W 17th-century circular dovecote[22] 5430
Balvaird Castle Ochil Hills, east of Glenfarg NO1698211536 56°17′20″N 3°20′34″W Late-15th-century tower house[23] 5466

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Stobhall Chapel Block North-east of Stanley NO1319734351 56°29′36″N 3°24′41″W 16th-century chapel and tower house[24] 5473
Stobhall Laundry, Brewhouse and Bakehouse North-east of Stanley NO1319234364 56°29′36″N 3°24′41″W 16th- 17th-century vernacular buildings[25] 5474
Stobhall Dowery House North-east of Stanley NO1320834371 56°29′36″N 3°24′40″W 17th-century house[26] 5475
Stobhall New Library North-east of Stanley NO1318734339 56°29′35″N 3°24′42″W 1965 replica of earlier building[27] 5477
Stobhall, Sundial No. 1 North-east of Stanley NO1321234399 56°29′37″N 3°24′40″W Possibly 17th-century[28] 5479
Dunkeld Bridge Over River Tay at Dunkeld NO0267542453 56°33′50″N 3°35′07″W Seven-arch bridge of 1809, by Thomas Telford[29] 5620

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Dunkeld Cathedral Dunkeld NO0239342595 56°33′54″N 3°35′24″W Oldest parts are 13th-century, with additions of the 14th, 15th, 17 and 19th centuries[30] 5631

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Blackcraig Bridge Over River Ardle on Blackcraig Castle drive NO1083453607 56°39′57″N 3°27′23″W 19th-century bridge with picturesque gatehouses[31] 5674

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Ardblair Castle Blairgowrie NO1635844530 56°35′07″N 3°21′48″W 17th- 18th-century tower house and courtyard[32] 5677
Cleish Castle Cleish Hills, south of Kinross NT0824097974 56°09′56″N 3°28′45″W 16th-century tower house[33] 5711

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Blair Adam Kelty NT1292995700 56°08′46″N 3°24′11″W House of 1733 by William Adam[34] 5715
Tummel Bridge Over River Tummel west of Loch Tummel NN7624559180 56°42′28″N 4°01′23″W Single-arch bridge by George Wade, c. 1734[35] 5742

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Monzie Castle Crieff NN8737924502 56°23′57″N 3°49′35″W 17th-century tower house with 18th-century range[36] 5779

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Innerpeffray Collegiate Church Innerpeffray, by Crieff NN9019918336 56°20′41″N 3°46′41″W Early-16th-century church[37] 5791

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Innerpeffray Library Innerpeffray, by Crieff NN9018418347 56°20′41″N 3°46′42″W Purpose-built library completed 1762[38] 5792

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Montrose Mausoleum Aberuthven, St Kattan's Churchyard NN9735015103 56°19′02″N 3°39′40″W Mausoleum of the Dukes of Montrose, designed by John Adam in 1736[39] 5819
Clunie Castle Loch of Clunie, Clunie NO1132044015 56°34′47″N 3°26′43″W Ruined 16th-century tower house[40] 5843

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Keltie Castle Dunning NO0075813274 56°18′05″N 3°36′19″W 17th-century tower house with later alterations[41] 5912
Duncrub House: Dovecot Dunning NO0148714967 56°19′01″N 3°35′39″W 18th-century dovecote[42] 5915
Parish Church of St. Serf Dunning NO0190514490 56°18′45″N 3°35′14″W Medieval church[43] 6018

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Auchleeks House Trinafour NN7412664634 56°45′23″N 4°03′37″W Late Georgian house[44] 6054
Blair Castle, Front Lodge Blair Atholl NN8727665451 56°46′01″N 3°50′45″W 1869 lodge by David Bryce[45] 6064
Blair Castle, River Tilt Grotto On River Tilt, Blair Atholl NN8756566305 56°46′29″N 3°50′29″W 18th-century Gothic viewpoint at York Cascade[46] 6065
Blair Castle Blair Atholl NN8657766186 56°46′24″N 3°51′27″W 15th-century tower house with 16th- and 17th-century additions, remodelled by David Bryce in the 19th century[47] 6074

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Blair Castle, Walled Garden, Sundial Blair Atholl NN8648866182 56°46′24″N 3°51′32″W Brass sundial of 1743[48] 6076

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Keithick House Burrelton NO2031438539 56°31′56″N 3°17′50″W Early-19th-century Neoclassical house[49] 6170
Stanley Mills, East Mill Stanley NO1142432825 56°28′45″N 3°26′23″W 19th-century cotton mill[50] 6690

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Megginch Castle Errol NO2419524605 56°24′27″N 3°13′48″W 15th-century tower house with later additions, including a wing by Robert Adam[51] 10963

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Megginch Castle, Stables Errol NO2414224670 56°24′29″N 3°13′51″W Early-19th-century Gothic stable courtyard[52] 10964
Megginch Castle, North Lodges Errol NO2348124936 56°24′38″N 3°14′30″W Late-18th-century gatehouse lodges[53] 10969

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Balthayock House, Bridge over Hail Pool North-west of Glencarse NO1779223096 56°23′35″N 3°20′00″W Cast-iron bridge c. 1870, on north-east drive of Balthayock House[54] 10986
Forteviot Square Forteviot NO0514817523 56°20′26″N 3°32′10″W U-plan group of single-storey houses by James Miller, 1925[55] 11057

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Forteviot Hall Forteviot NO0518317488 56°20′25″N 3°32′07″W Village hall by James Miller, 1925[56] 11058

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Invermay House South of Forteviot NO0606816095 56°19′40″N 3°31′14″W Mid 18th-century Georgian house[57] 11071
Old House of Invermay South of Forteviot NO0608716206 56°19′44″N 3°31′13″W Late-16th-century tower house[58] 11074
Hermitage Bridge Over River Braan at The Hermitage, Dunkeld NO0087541753 56°33′26″N 3°36′51″W Rustic stone arch bridge, c. 1785[59] 11104

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Dalguise Viaduct Over River Tay at Dalguise NN9949747943 56°36′45″N 3°38′21″W Lattice-girder railway viaduct of 1863, by Joseph Mitchell[60] 11117

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Dunkeld & Birnam railway station Dunkeld and Birnam NO0308441676 56°33′25″N 3°34′42″W Gothic station building of 1856, by Andrew Heiton Jr.[61] 11139

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Murthly Castle, Roman Bridge Over Birnam Burn, Murthly NO0570339536 56°32′18″N 3°32′06″W Mid 19th-century six-arch bridge in the style of a Roman aqueduct[62] 11145
Murthly Castle Murthly NO0705039560 56°32′20″N 3°30′47″W 16th-century tower house with later additions[63] 11146

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Murthly Castle, Walled Garden Murthly NO0721439811 56°32′28″N 3°30′38″W Walled garden dating to the 17th century[64] 11147


Kinross House Kinross NO1263702044 56°12′11″N 3°24′35″W Begun in 1686, by Sir William Bruce[65] 11200

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Dalreoch Bridge Over River Earn north of Dunning NO0038417896 56°20′34″N 3°36′47″W 18th-century four-arch bridge[66] 11211
Kinnaird Castle Kinnaird, Gowrie NO2412228904 56°26′46″N 3°13′57″W Tower house of c. 1500[67] 11218

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Kirk O' The Muir Murthly NO1122137044 56°31′01″N 3°26′40″W Disused United Presbyterian Church[68] 11233
Hilton House Bridge of Earn NO1163320067 56°21′53″N 3°25′55″W Little-altered house of 1732[69] 11329
Tulliebole Castle Crook of Devon NO0526800575 56°11′18″N 3°31′41″W 16th-century tower house[70] 11459

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Aldie Castle Crook of Devon NT0500597789 56°09′48″N 3°31′52″W 16th-century tower house[71] 11469

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Errol Parish Church Errol NO2526922959 56°23′35″N 3°12′44″W 18th-century Gothic church by James Gillespie Graham[72] 11589

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Errol Park House Errol NO2476122611 56°23′23″N 3°13′13″W 19th-century Renaissance-style house by Alexander Johnston[73] 11598

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Errol Park Stables Errol NO2472722659 56°23′25″N 3°13′15″W Early-19th-century circular-plan stable courtyard[74] 11599

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Seasyde House Errol NO2836424383 56°24′22″N 3°09′45″W Country house of c. 1800[75] 11605
Fingask Castle sundial Rait NO2283327442 56°25′58″N 3°15′10″W Polyhedral Baroque sundial, possibly 17th-century[76] 11635
Ballindean House Inchture NO2685929929 56°27′21″N 3°11′18″W Classical country house of 1832[77] 11760

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Rossie Church Rossie Priory, Longforgan NO2916130807 56°27′51″N 3°09′04″W Medieval church, rebuilt in the 19th century[78] 11786
Old Rossie Market Cross Rossie Priory, Longforgan NO2921130728 56°27′48″N 3°09′01″W Mercat cross dated 1746[79] 11787
Grandtully Castle Grandtully NN8911751342 56°38′27″N 3°48′35″W Late-16th-century Z-plan tower house[80] 11830

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Grandtully Chapel Grandtully NN8869250638 56°38′03″N 3°48′58″W 16th-century chapel[81] 11831

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Logierait Viaduct Over River Tay at Logierait NN9686351816 56°38′48″N 3°41′01″W Iron railway viaduct, now used as a road bridge[82] 11851
Kinfauns Castle East of Perth NO1504622647 56°23′18″N 3°22′39″W Castellated mansion of 1825, by Sir Robert Smirke[83] 11955

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Glendoick House St Madoes NO2075023605 56°23′53″N 3°17′08″W Mid 18th-century Georgian house[84] 11966

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Taymouth Castle Dairy Kenmore NN7797845915 56°35′21″N 3°59′19″W Rustic Italianate ornamental building in white quartz[85] 12091

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Taymouth Castle Kenmore NN7844046523 56°35′41″N 3°58′53″W Castellated mansion, mainly 19th-century, including work by Archibald Elliot, William Atkinson and James Gillespie Graham[86] 12093

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Taymouth Castle, Fort Lodge Kenmore NN7902246094 56°35′28″N 3°58′18″W Rustic cottage of late 1830s[87] 12096
Taymouth Castle, Chinese Bridge Kenmore NN7824346734 56°35′48″N 3°59′05″W Early-19th-century cast-iron three-arch bridge[88] 12097

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Taymouth Castle, Rustic Lodge Kenmore NN7893347870 56°36′25″N 3°58′26″W Rustic cottage of c. 1840[89] 12100
Kenmore Bridge Over River Tay at Kenmore NN7715045554 56°35′09″N 4°00′07″W Seven-arch stone bridge, c. 1774, by John Baxter, possibly working with John Smeaton[90] 12138

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Connachan Lodge North of Crieff NN8958527582 56°25′39″N 3°47′31″W Early-19th-century Cottage ornée[91] 12213
Abercairny sundial Crieff NN9111122393 56°22′52″N 3°45′54″W 17th-century lectern sundial[92] 12257
All Souls Episcopal Church Invergowrie Main Street NO3460330359 56°27′39″N 3°03′46″W Late-19th-century Gothic church by Hippolyte Blanc[93] 12849

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HMP Castle Huntly Longforgan NO3019429105 56°26′56″N 3°08′02″W Mid 15th-century tower house with 18th-century wings, now an open prison[94] 12868
Castle Huntly, North Gates Longforgan NO3043629580 56°27′12″N 3°07′49″W Late-17th-century Renaissance-style gateway[95] 12871

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Longforgan Market Cross Longforgan Main Street NO3107630010 56°27′26″N 3°07′12″W Later 17th-century mercat cross[96] 13283

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Chapel of St Anthony The Eremite Murthly NO0713440061 56°32′36″N 3°30′43″W Pre-reformation mortuary chapel, extended by James Gillespie Graham and A W N Pugin in 1846[97] 13460

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Marlee House (formerly Kinloch House) Kinloch, Blairgowrie NO1489544505 56°35′05″N 3°23′14″W 17th-century house, remodelled c. 1746[98] 13742
Inchmartine House Inchture NO2624128076 56°26′21″N 3°11′52″W House of c. 1800, incorporating earlier fabric[99] 13773

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Taymouth Castle, Maxwell's Temple Kenmore NN7756145974 56°35′23″N 3°59′43″W Monument of 1831 by William Atkinson[100] 13804
Meggernie Castle Glenlyon NN5538246033 56°35′02″N 4°21′22″W 17th-century tower house[101] 13812

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Inchyra House St Madoes NO1903621311 56°22′38″N 3°18′45″W Classical country house of c. 1800[102] 17624
Pitfour Castle St Madoes NO1994820880 56°22′24″N 3°17′52″W Castellated house of 1784 by Robert Adam[103] 17628

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Elcho Castle, Dovecot Rhynd NO1632720918 56°22′23″N 3°21′23″W Late-16th-century circular dovecote[104] 17714

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Telephone Call Box Rhynd NO1581520055 56°21′55″N 3°21′51″W "K3" telephone box, the only one surviving in its original location[105] 17718

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Colquhalzie House East of Muthill NN9137317466 56°20′13″N 3°45′31″W 18th-century country house[106] 17771
Weem Old Parish Kirk Weem NN8429649797 56°37′32″N 3°53′15″W 17th-century former church, including the funerary monuments of the Menzies family[107] 17815

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Williamston House South-west of Methven NN9722322056 56°22′46″N 3°39′57″W Early-17th-century country house[108] 17836
Glenalmond College Main Building Glenalmond NN9775328984 56°26′31″N 3°39′36″W Gothic revival college building, begun in 1846 with later additions[109] 17869

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Methven Castle Methven NO0416626040 56°25′01″N 3°33′18″W Country house of 1664 by John Mylne[110] 17895

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Dalcrue House Methven NO0430327922 56°26′02″N 3°33′12″W Italianate house of 1832 by William Henry Playfair[111] 17897
Dry Bridge Methven NO0532328346 56°26′16″N 3°32′13″W Part of Lynedoch estate drive, designed by William Henry Playfair in 1832[112] 17921

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Methven Aisle, Methven Parish Church Methven NO0256826045 56°25′00″N 3°34′51″W 15th-century transept of former collegiate church[113] 17928
Lochlane House Crieff NN8341921358 56°22′12″N 3°53′20″W Small mansion of 1710[114] 18149
Lawers House Comrie NN7992023029 56°23′03″N 3°56′47″W Country house of 1738 by William Adam[115] 18152
Ochtertyre House Ochtertyre NN8387523626 56°23′26″N 3°52′57″W Georgian country house of 1790[116] 18170

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Meigle Museum Meigle NO2872244558 56°35′15″N 3°09′44″W Tudor-style school of c. 1845[117] 18327

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Belmont Castle Meigle NO2861443926 56°34′55″N 3°09′49″W 15th-century tower extended in the 18th century, 19th-century alterations[118] 18332
Scone Palace Scone NO1138726527 56°25′21″N 3°26′17″W Early-19th-century rebuilding of earlier house, by William Atkinson[119] 18370

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Scone Palace Mortuary Chapel or Mausoleum Scone Palace NO1141826636 56°25′25″N 3°26′16″W Remodelling of earlier church aisle by William Atkinson, monument to Viscount Stormont inside[120] 18371

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Cottown School House Cottown NO2057521023 56°22′29″N 3°17′15″W 18th-century thatched building, formerly a school[121] 19809
Haugh of Drimmie Suspension Bridge Over River Ericht at Glenericht Lodge Drive NO1700050214 56°38′11″N 3°21′17″W Wrought iron bridge built before 1837[122] 19830
Old Scone Market Cross Scone Palace NO1158026652 56°25′26″N 3°26′06″W Medieval town cross[123] 19876

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Drummond Castle Formal Garden Muthill NN8444917930 56°20′22″N 3°52′15″W Walled gardens laid out in 1832, with pavilions and 17th-century sundial[124] 19883

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Aberfeldy Water Mill Aberfeldy NN8551949067 56°37′10″N 3°52′02″W 19th-century water mill, restored in 1988[125] 20859

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Tay Bridge Aberfeldy NN8513449298 56°37′17″N 3°52′25″W Classically detailed bridge, designed by William Adam and built by General Wade in 1733[126] 20861

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Newton Castle Blairgowrie NO1716945273 56°35′31″N 3°21′01″W Mid 16th-century Z-plan tower house with later additions[127] 22314

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War Memorial Wellmeadow, Blairgowrie NO1799145220 56°35′30″N 3°20′13″W World War I memorial, designed by Reginald Fairlie and sculpted by Alexander Carrick[128] 22321
Keathbank Mill Rattray NO1777646153 56°36′00″N 3°20′27″W 19th-century textile mill[129] 22332

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Inchglas Crieff NN8653021277 56°22′13″N 3°50′19″W Gothic villa of 1854 by Frederick Thomas Pilkington[130] 23488
The Avanti Restaurant (former British Linen Bank) 32-34, Crieff High Street NN8649021578 56°22′22″N 3°50′22″W Offices of 1900 by George Washington Browne[131] 23489

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South United Free Church Crieff NN8625721782 56°22′29″N 3°50′36″W Later 19th-century Scots Gothic church by J. J. Stevenson[132] 23509

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St John's Kirk Perth NO1194223546 56°23′45″N 3°25′41″W 15th-century church[133] 39300

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Kinnoull Old Parish Church Kinnoull NO1230823317 56°23′38″N 3°25′20″W Remains of a 16th-century church, with monument to George Hay, 1st Earl of Kinnoull[134] 39302

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St Leonard's-in-the-Fields Perth NO1162723166 56°23′33″N 3°25′59″W Scots Gothic church of 1885 by J. J. Stevenson[135] 39310

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St Ninian's Cathedral Perth NO1147123915 56°23′57″N 3°26′09″W Mid 19th-century Episcopal cathedral by William Butterfield[136] 39314

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King James VI Hospital Perth NO1151023427 56°23′41″N 3°26′06″W Former infirmary and school built 1750, one of the finest 18th-century examples of its type in Scotland[137] 39319

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Old Perth Academy Perth NO1167824027 56°24′01″N 3°25′57″W Former school built 1804, by Robert Reid[138] 39322

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Perth County Council Offices (Centre Block only) Perth NO1135423454 56°23′42″N 3°26′15″W Neo-classical infirmary by W M Mackenzie, built 1836 and later converted to offices[139] 39323
Perth Sheriff Court Perth NO1206223391 56°23′40″N 3°25′34″W Greek Revival court house by Robert Smirke, 1819[140] 39325

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Perth Prison, Main Block Perth NO1178622395 56°23′08″N 3°25′49″W Central building of 1812 by Robert Reid, radial buildings added in the 1840s and 1850s by Thomas Brown and Robert Matheson [141] 39331

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Perth Bridge Over River Tay at Perth NO1211823883 56°23′56″N 3°25′31″W Seven-arch bridge by John Smeaton, completed 1771[142] 39339

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Perth Water Works Perth NO1203823137 56°23′32″N 3°25′35″W Neo-Classical former waterworks, 1832 by Adam Anderson, one of Scotland's most significant industrial buildings, now an art gallery[143] 39341

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Pitheavlis Castle Perth NO1051822805 56°23′20″N 3°27′03″W Late-16th-century L-plan tower house[144] 39346

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2–8 Atholl Crescent Perth NO1175323910 56°23′57″N 3°25′53″W Crescent of houses, begun in 1797[145] 39354
2–4 Charlotte Place and 20 Charlotte Street Perth NO1190723846 56°23′55″N 3°25′44″W Neo-Greek houses of circa 1830[146] 39392
Barnhill Tollhouse Dundee Road, Perth NO1247022754 56°23′20″N 3°25′10″W Early-19th-century toll house[147] 39422
Upper City Mills (now City Mills Hotel) Perth NO1141723731 56°23′51″N 3°26′12″W 18th-century water mill[148] 39577

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Lower City Mills Perth NO1148523722 56°23′51″N 3°26′08″W Early-19th-century water mill[149] 39578

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Bank of Scotland (now kitchenware store) St John Street, Perth NO1200223519 56°23′45″N 3°25′38″W Italian Renaissance bank offices of 1846 by David Rhind[150] 39618

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Pitlochry Parish Church Pitlochry NN9400558286 56°42′15″N 3°43′58″W Romanesque church of 1884 by Charles & Leslie Ower[151] 39850

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Sunnybrae Cottage Pitlochry NN9364658315 56°42′16″N 3°44′19″W Cruck-framed vernacular cottage of late 18th or early 19th century[152] 39866

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Pitlochry railway station Pitlochry NN9382458103 56°42′09″N 3°44′08″W Station buildings built 1890[153] 39867

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Castle Menzies Weem NN8370149613 56°37′26″N 3°53′49″W 16th-century Z-plan tower house[154] 43568

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Stobhall, Folly North-east of Stanley NO1324734511 56°29′41″N 3°24′38″W Summer house built in 1989 to incorporate earlier 18th-century panelling[155] 43856
Pitlochry Power Station, dam and fish ladder Loch Faskally, Pitlochry NN9354257719 56°41′56″N 3°44′24″W Mid 20th-century hydro-electric power station[156] 47534

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Clunie Power Station Loch Faskally NN9126759775 56°43′01″N 3°46′41″W Mid 20th-century hydro-electric power station[157] 47621

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Cultybraggan Former Cadet Camp, Huts 19 and 20 (Guard's Block) and 44, 45, 46 Comrie NN7687719948 56°21′21″N 3°59′39″W Purpose-built World War II Prisoner of War camp, one of the best-preserved in Britain[158] 50471

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Notes

  1. Sometimes known as OSGB36, the grid reference (where provided) is based on the British national grid reference system used by the Ordnance Survey.
    "Guide to National Grid". Ordnance Survey. Retrieved 2007-12-12.
    "Get-a-map". Ordnance Survey. Retrieved 2007-12-17.
  2. Historic Environment Scotland assign a unique alphanumeric identifier to each designated site in Scotland, for listed buildings this always begins with "LB", for example "LB12345".

References

  1. Guide to the Protection of Scotland’s Listed Buildings (PDF). Historic Scotland. 2009. p. 4. ISBN 978-1-84917-013-0. Retrieved 2010-05-05.
  2. "What is Listing?". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 2010-05-05.
  3. Scottish Historic Environment Policy (PDF). Historic Scotland. October 2008. pp. 24–25. ISBN 978-1-84917-002-4. Retrieved 2010-05-05.
  4. Guide to the Protection of Scotland’s Listed Buildings, p. 17.
  5. "Bridge Of Ruim Over Quiech Burn (Variously Spelt Also Rome Or Room: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  6. "Old Fincastle House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  7. "Stobhall Sundial No. 2 Approx 35 Yards North Of Caretakers House And Garages: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  8. "Drummonie House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  9. "Balhary House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  10. "Bridge Of Isla, Near Meikleour, Over R. Isla: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  11. "Gourdie House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  12. "Meikleour Cross, Meikleour: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  13. "Bell Mill, Or West Mill, Stanley Mills Including Iron Gangway, Belt Proofing Machine And West Sluice Chamber: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  14. "Mid Mill, Stanley Mills, Including Cotton Machinery: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  15. "Kilgraston House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  16. "Tullibardine Collegiate Church: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  17. "Aberuchill (Original Tower House And Wing To East Only): Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  18. "Old Parish Church, (Now Comrie Youth Centre Flambeaux Club) Dunira St.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  19. "Property Occupied By Brough & Mcpherson, Mitchell & Thomson, And Smith, Also Miss Findlay, Dunira St.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  20. "Balmanno Castle Including Garden House Outbuilding And Gatehouse.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  21. "Ecclesmagirdle (Or Ecclesiamagirdle) House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  22. "Ecclesmagirdle, Doocot: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  23. "Balvaird Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  24. "Stobhall, Chapel Block: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  25. "Stobhall, Laundry, Brewhouse And Bakehouse Block: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  26. "Stobhall, Dowery House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  27. "Stobhall New Library Barnet Road: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  28. "Stobhall, Sundial No. 1. Approx 25 Yards North Of Dowery House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  29. "Dunkeld Bridge Over River Tay.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  30. "Dunkeld Cathedral: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  31. "Blackcraig Bridge Over R. Ericht: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  32. "Ardblair Castle Including Sundials And Garden Statuary: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  33. "Cleish Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  34. "Blair Adam House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  35. "Tummel Bridge.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  36. "Monzie Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  37. "Innerpeffray Collegiate Church Of The Blessed Virgin: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  38. "Innerpeffray Library: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  39. "Montrose Mausoleum St. Kattan's Churchyard Aberuthven: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  40. "Clunie Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  41. "Keltie Castle.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  42. "Duncrub Dovecot: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  43. "Parish Church Of St. Serf.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  44. "Auchleeks House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  45. "Front Lodge, Blair Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  46. "Grotto On River Tilt Opposite York Cascade: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  47. "Blair Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  48. "Sundial: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  49. "Keithick House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  50. "East Mill, Stanley Mills, With Mill Pond And Sluice: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  51. "Megginch Castle And Garden Structures: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  52. "Megginch Castle, Stables, Dovecot, Screen Walls And Gatepiers: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  53. "Megginch Castle, North Lodges And Gatepiers: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  54. "Balthayock House, Bridge Over Hail Pool: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  55. "Forteviot Square.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  56. "Forteviot Hall.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  57. "Invermay House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  58. "Old House Of Invermay: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  59. "Hermitage Bridge Over R. Braan: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  60. "Dalguise Railway Viaduct Over R. Tay: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  61. "Dunkeld And Birnam Station: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  62. "Roman Bridge, Over Birnam Burn: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  63. "Murthly Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  64. "Walled Garden, Garden House, Gatepiers On E., Steps, Urns, Etc. On East Of Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  65. "Kinross House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  66. "Dalreoch Bridge Over River Earn.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  67. "Kinnaird Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  68. "Kirk O' The Muir: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  69. "Hilton House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  70. "Tulliebole Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  71. "Aldie Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  72. "Errol Village, North Bank Dykes, Errol (Church Of Scotland) Parish Church Including Boundary Walls And Gatepiers: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  73. "Errol Park House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  74. "Errol Park Stables: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  75. "Seasyde House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  76. "Fingask Castle, Sundial: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  77. "Ballindean House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  78. "Rossie Church Within Rossie Priory Policies: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  79. "Market Cross, Old Rossie Within Rossie Priory Policies: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  80. "Grandtully Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  81. "Grantully Chapel (Including Adjoining Walls, Gates, Etc.): Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  82. "Logierait Railway Viaduct Over R. Tay: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  83. "Kinfauns Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  84. "Glendoick House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  85. "Taymouth Dairy And Terrace On West: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  86. "Taymouth Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  87. "Fort Lodge: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  88. "Chinese Bridge: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  89. "Rustic Lodge: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  90. "Kenmore Bridge Over River Tay: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  91. "Connachan Lodge: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  92. "Abercairny Sundial: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  93. "Invergowrie, Main Street, All Souls' Episcopal Church, Including Gatepiers And Boundary Walls: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  94. "Castle Huntly, Including Terraced Garden And Statuary, And Boundary Walls: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  95. "Castle Huntly, North Gates: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  96. "Longforgan, Main Street, Market Cross: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  97. "Chapel Of St Anthony The Eremite, Murthly: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  98. "Marlee House (Originally Kinloch House): Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  99. "Inchmartine House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  100. "'Maxwell's Temple', Or 'The Cross'.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  101. "Meggernie Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  102. "Inchyra House With Court Of Offices At Rear: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  103. "Pitfour Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  104. "Elcho Castle, Doo'cot: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  105. "Rhynd Village, K3 Telephone Kiosk: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  106. "Colquhalzie House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  107. "Weem Old Parish Kirk (Menzies Mausoleum): Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  108. "Williamston House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  109. "Trinity College, Glenalmond Main Building: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  110. "Methven Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  111. "Dalcrue House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  112. "Dry Bridge: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  113. "Methven Aisle Methven Parish Church Graveyard: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  114. "Lochlane House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  115. "Lawers House (Now School Of Agriculture): Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  116. "Ochtertyre House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  117. "Meigle Museum: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  118. "Belmont Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  119. "Scone Palace Including Terraces.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  120. "Scone Palace Mortuary Chapel or Mausoleum: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  121. "Cottown, Former School And Schoolhouse: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  122. "Haugh Of Drimmie Suspension Bridge Over River Ericht, Glenericht Lodge Drive: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  123. "Scone Palace, Cross Of Old Scone.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  124. "Drummond Castle, Formal Garden: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  125. "Mill Street, Aberfeldy Water Mill: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  126. "Tay Bridge: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  127. "Newton Street, Newton Castle: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  128. "Wellmeadow Gardens, War Memorial: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  129. "Rattray (New), Balmoral Road, Keathbank Mill: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  130. "Broich Terrace, Inchglas Including Boundary Walls And Gatepiers: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  131. "High Street, The Bank Restaurant, Former British Linen Bank: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  132. "Comrie Street, Old South Church, Antique Galleries Including Mission Hall, Boundary Walls, Railings, Gatepiers And Gates: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  133. "St John's Kirk, Kirkside, St John's Place, St John Street: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  134. "Kinnoul Aisle, Kinnoul Old Churchyard Or Graveyard, Dundee Road: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  135. "St Leonard's-In-The Fields Church And Halls, Marshall Place: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  136. "St Ninian's Cathedral (Episcopal) Atholl Street And North Methven Street: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  137. "King James Vi Hospital, Hospital Street, Albert Place, King Street. (Converted Into Flats): Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  138. "The Old Academy, 6, 7 Rose Terrace: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  139. "Perth And Kinross District Council Offices York Place (Centre Block Only): Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  140. "Sheriff Court, Tay Street: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  141. "Main Prison Block: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  142. "Perth Bridge Over River Tay: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  143. "Perth Water Works (Now Tourist Information Centre) Tay Street.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  144. "Pitheavlis Castle, 50 Needless Road: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  145. "Atholl Crescent, 2-8 (All Numbers): Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  146. "Charlotte Place 2-4, And 20 Charlotte Street: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  147. "Dundee Road Barnhill Tollhouse: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  148. "Mill Street, Upper City Mills Now City Mills Hotel: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  149. "Mill Street, Lower City Mills: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  150. "St John Street, (E. Side) 48, 50, Bank Of Scotland Formerly Central Bank Buildings.: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  151. "Church Road, Pitlochry Parish Church, Including Celtic Cross Memorial: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  152. "156 Atholl Road, Sunnybrae Cottage: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  153. "Station Road, Pitlochry Station, Including Down Platform Building, Footbridge, Fountain And Signal Box: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  154. "Castle Menzies: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  155. "Stobhall, Summer House: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  156. "Pitlochry Power Station And Dam Including Fish Ladder And Drum Gates: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  157. "Clunie Power Station Including Memorial Arch, Scottish And Southern Energy Plc: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
  158. "Comrie, Cultybraggan Former Cadet Camp, Huts 19 And 20 (Guard's Block) and 44, 45, 46: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.

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