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West Eninteer, Muir of Fowlis
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West Eninteer, Muir of Fowlis

The newly converted steading buildings now in an almost completely changed setting. The bothy which was formerly in front of the steadings is no more, as are the beech trees behind the steading. Nevertheless, a tasteful conversion, and a green one at that by the look of the solar panels and wind turbine. The doorway, under which the young Robert Dunn once stood for his photograph, is now a window in the right hand arm of the conversion. The farmhouse appears to be little changed from earlier photographs.
Picture added on 15 March 2009
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Comments:
Great pictures, Jim, and very nostalgic for me whose family farmed there for so many years.
Added by Herbert Mackenzie on 15 March 2009
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West Eninteer, the story of a farmstead.

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