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Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Port of Grangemouth

Plan of the Port of Grangemouth
Plan of the existing and proposed extension to the harbour at Grangemouth, surveyed and drawn by Alexander Black. Also includes a map of the Firth of Forth and information about the extents

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Rules & Regulations for the Conduct of Masters of Vessels and Other Persons Resorting to

Rules & Regulations for the Conduct of Masters of Vessels and Other Persons Resorting to
Poster advertising the rules and regulations for boaters and other customers of the Caledonian Canal from 1824

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Canal Basin Area. The Corporation of Edinburgh and The North British Railway Company

Canal Basin Area. The Corporation of Edinburgh and The North British Railway Company. Plan Referred to in Agreement
Plan of the former Union Canal terminus basins at Port Hopetoun and Port Hamilton, Edinburgh, an area of the city now known as Lochrin Basin or Edinburgh Quay

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: ScottishCanals

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Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of Ardrishaig Harbour

Plan of Ardrishaig Harbour showing the pier, breakwater and lighthouse, sea lock, and pier buildings

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Map or Chart of the Caledonian Canal, or Inland Navigation from the Western to the Eastern Sea by

Map or Chart of the Caledonian Canal, or Inland Navigation from the Western to the Eastern Sea by Fort William
Plan showing the Caledonian Canal from Fort William to Inverness including nearby lochs, rivers and settlements. Ordered by the House of Commons and printed by W. & A. K. Johnston Limited, Edinburgh

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Crinan Canal from the March of Dunadry on the South to Port Ree on the North No. III

Plan of the Crinan Canal from the March of Dunadry on the South to Port Ree on the North No. III
Plan showing the route of the Crinan Canal from Bellanoch to Crinan. Surveyed and planned by David Smith

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Crinan Canal from the March of Oakfield on the South to the March of Blarindibbart

Plan of the Crinan Canal from the March of Oakfield on the South to the March of Blarindibbart on the North Plan No. II
Plan showing the route of the Crinan Canal from Craiglass to Bellanoch. Surveyed and planned by David Smith

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part V

Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part V
Part 5 in a series of plans showing land belonging to Locheil of Invernessshire and Argyleshire and Lord Abinger of Inverlochy

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part IV

Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part IV
Part 4 in a series of plans showing land belonging to Lord Ward of the estate of Glengarry where they meet land belonging to the Caledonian Canal Company from Aberchalder to Loch Lochy

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part I

Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part I
Part 1 in a series of plans showing land belonging to the Estate of Muirtown, the Estate of Kinylies and the Estate of Bught where they meet land belonging to the Caledonian Canal from Beauley Firth

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Crinan Canal through the Estate of Oakfield Plan No. I

Plan of the Crinan Canal through the Estate of Oakfield Plan No. I
Plan showing the route of the Crinan Canal from Ardrishaig to Craiglass and through the Oakfield Estate. Surveyed and planned by David Smith

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of part of the Monkland and Kirkintilloch Railway through the Lands of Garngaber belonging to

Plan of part of the Monkland and Kirkintilloch Railway through the Lands of Garngaber belonging to Alexander McGrigor Esquire

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: County of Linlithgow Bathgate District Bridge at Broxburn over the Union Canal Drawing No. 2

County of Linlithgow Bathgate District Bridge at Broxburn over the Union Canal Drawing No. 2
Plan, sections and elevations of the bridge over the Union Canal at Broxburn

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part II

Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part II
Part 2 in a series of plans showing land belonging to Lady Saltoun of Ness Castle Estate, the Estate of Dunain, General Godman of Holm Estate

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part III

Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part III
Part 3 in a series of plans showing land belonging to A. T. F. Fraser Esquire of Abertarff and Lords Ward and Lovat where they meet land belonging to the Caledonian Canal Company from Loch Ness to

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part VI

Plan of the Caledonian Canal and lands belonging thereto Part VI
Part 6 in a series of plans showing land belonging to D. Cameron Esquire of Loch Eil where they meet land belonging to the Caledonian Canal Company

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Caledonian Canal betwixt Clachnacharry and Lochness with the Adjacent Country

Plan of the Caledonian Canal betwixt Clachnacharry and Lochness with the Adjacent Country
Plan of a section of the Caledonian Canal between Clachnacharry and Lochness and showing the adjacent land boundaries. A note on the reverse of the plan states that it was surveyed by W

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Forth and Clyde Canal through the lands of Thomas Duncan at Craigmarloch

Plan of the Forth and Clyde Canal through the lands of Thomas Duncan at Craigmarloch
Plan showing lands belonging to Mr Thomas Duncan along the Forth and Clyde Canal at Craigmarloch near Kilsyth, relating to a contract of excambion between the Forth and Clyde Navigation Company

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan Showing Proposed Temporary Terminal Facilities at Gilmore Park During Construction of New

Plan Showing Proposed Temporary Terminal Facilities at Gilmore Park During Construction of New Terminal Basin
Plan showing proposed temporary terminal facilities on the Union Canal at Gilmore Park, Edinburgh, adjacent to the former North British Rubber Company Ltd

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Monkland Canal. Details of the Machinery of the Proposed Inclined Plane at Blackhill

Monkland Canal. Details of the Machinery of the Proposed Inclined Plane at Blackhill
Plan showing details of the machinery of the proposed inclined plane at Blackhill. Part of a series of plans of Blackhill drawn by James Leslie

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of Gound Feued by the Forth and Clyde Canal Company from the Earl of Zetland

Plan of Gound Feued by the Forth and Clyde Canal Company from the Earl of Zetland
Plan of lands leased to the Forth and Clyde Canal Company by the Earl of Zetland at Grangemouth

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: A Map of the Monkland Canal Drawn by Hugh Pate

A Map of the Monkland Canal Drawn by Hugh Pate
A map of the route of the Monkland Canal showing the locations, and listing the names of, houses and bridges adjacent to the canal

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Monkland Canal from Coats Lands to the Termination at Wood Hall Bridge

Plan of the Monkland Canal from Coats Lands to the Termination at Wood Hall Bridge
Plan of a section of the Monkland Canal at Coatbridge

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the boundary line between the Inchbelly Road and Stirlings Road from the junction of said

Plan of the boundary line between the Inchbelly Road and Stirlings Road from the junction of said roads at the Townhead
Plan showing the boundary line between the Inchbelly and Sitrlings turnpike roads, Glasgow, and also showing the former Monkland Canal basin

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Turnpike Road Bridge

Turnpike Road Bridge
Plan and sections of the turnpike road bridge drawn as a set of plans of the bridges and culverts to be built on a proposed extension of the canal from Wyndford to Donnyloanhead

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Union Canal, Feuing Plan at Gardner Hall

Union Canal, Feuing Plan at Gardner Hall
Plan showing land belonging to William Gardner at Gardner Crescent, Edinburgh, adjacent to the Union Canal

Background imageScottishCanals Collection: Plan of the Proposed Reservoir at Roughrigg

Plan of the Proposed Reservoir at Roughrigg
Plan of the proposed reservoir at Roughrigg showing land ownership. A handwritten note on the plan states that if the head or dam of the reservoir were made to 30 feet it would contain 4090 locks


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