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Latitude: 57.276 / 57°16'33"N
Longitude: -3.6502 / 3°39'0"W
OS Eastings: 300597
OS Northings: 821804
OS Grid: NJ005218
Mapcode National: GBR K9CH.6NF
Mapcode Global: WH5JV.WCZZ
Plus Code: 9C9R78GX+CW
Entry Name: Abernethy Parish Church, Nethybridge
Listing Name: Nethy Bridge, Abernethy (Old) Parish Church and Burial Ground Church of Scotland
Listing Date: 5 October 1971
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 330869
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB547
Building Class: Cultural
Location: Abernethy and Kincardine
Electoral Ward: Badenoch and Strathspey
Parish: Abernethy And Kincardine
Traditional County: Inverness-shire
Late 18th century, substantial alterations and additions,
A M Mackenzie; architect. Rectangular church with 1874
rear aisle under catslide roof. Squared tooled rubble S
elevation, harl pointed rubble rear, harled gables; tooled
Symmetrical 6-bay long S elevation lit by round-headed
windows, those in bays and 2 and 5 narrower and former
entrances. Small round-headed gable gallery windows, square
headed rear aisle fenestration. 2- and 3-light (1874)
glazing to front windows; coloured geometric glazing.
Shallow crowstepped 1874 porch in centre of W gable; W gable
circular apex bellcote (also 1874) corbelled out under small
bellcast conical roof.
Single storey, 2-bay Minister's room projects at rear;
1874 crowsteps to all gables; slate roof.
Interior; simple interior; later 19th century seating laid
out in original manner centred on (earlier 20th century)
pulpit in centre of S wall. Pointed-headed aisle arcade
supported by painted cast-iron columns. Various 19th century
Burial ground; Rubble walled burial ground; Pair square
tooled granite gate piers with flat caps and pair simple
Fine collection of 19th century local slate tombstones.
Ecclesiastical building in use as such.
Church "elegant" in 1794, and in 1835 with a "beautiful
seat in the gallery opposite the pulpit for the use of the
family of the heritor" (Earl of Seafield).
Site probably of considerable antiquity being close to
Castle Roy (Scheduled Monument.
Other nearby listed buildings