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Reference numberJS/6/59
LevelItem
TitleForth and Clyde Canal Projects
Date1758
DescriptionStirlingshire divided into its paroches and Clackmannanshire exactly survey'd by Will Edgar 1745 with additions shewing the course of the intended canal etc by J Smeaton
Map n.s. Ink
Inscribed by John Farey: A reduced copy of this Printed Reports, II, 31.

Considerable controversy took place as to the route that the canal should follow; that which refers to the Carron passage is shown in yellow; that to the Lock Lomond passage in red.
Extent2 sheets
FormatManuscript and printed documents
Physical descriptionPaper, ink
Access statusOpen
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