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A 1.7MW hydro scheme, that can power around 1,000 homes, at Ederline, south of Loch Awe, in Argyll and Bute, has been approved by the Scottish Government. (Reported 30/12/2010) There is a crannog measuring 20ft in diameter (above water level) about 60yds from the west shore of Loch Ederline. Around 75% of the site is submerged, measuring 55ft diameter at the base, and the whole stone mound measures 5ft high. The average depth of the water between the crannog and the shore is 6-7ft, the bed being higher in this area than elsewhere, giving credence to the theory that there was a causeway from the shore to the crannog. Crannog: An island, partly or wholly artificial, often formed by dumping timber, earth and stones and held in place with timber piles or a palisade, which was built in a loch, wetland or estuary and dating from prehistory to medieval.
EDERLINE (S3x32)  Alice McLean  Auchinellan Collection  1- 8 1s dance down the middle, divide cast up round 3s, dance up between 2s & cast to 2nd place  9-16 1s set advancing to 1st corner & turn 2H, 1s+1st corners circle 4H round to left to end 1M between 3s facing up & 1L between 2s facing down 17-24 1s set advancing to 2nd corner & turn 2H, 1s+2nd corners circle 4H round to left to end 2(1)3 25-32 1s+3s set & dance ¾ double Fig of 8 (1s cast to start) to end 2 3 1
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