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Latitude: 57.606 / 57°36'21"N
Longitude: -3.6668 / 3°40'0"W
OS Eastings: 300498
OS Northings: 858558
OS Grid: NJ004585
Mapcode National: GBR K89M.C1W
Mapcode Global: WH5H9.N23Z
Entry Name: Dalvey House, Bridge over the Muckle Burn
Listing Date: 26 January 1971
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 333168
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB2279
Building Class: Cultural
Location: Dyke and Moy
Electoral Ward: Forres
Traditional County: Morayshire
Early 19th century with later 19th century alterations.
Late 19th century, probably W L Carruthers, architect,
Inverness. Single storey, SE facing pair cottages. Harled.
Slightly hump-back twin arched rubble bridge; tooled ashlar
segmental arch rings springing from tooled ashlar abutments;
Doorways in bays 2 and 5 under tall multi-pane glazed lights
rising through wallhead as weatherboarded segmental-headed
triangular cutwaters; 3 drainage vents each side and single
blind oculus in centre spandrels. Later 19th century
dormers. Flanking windows with multi-pane casements. Centre
coped ridge stack; piended stone slate roof; red pottery apex crenellated cope; crenellated end piers rising from circa
Deep lean-to loggias with piended slate roofs abut NE and SW
Approximate span; 30' each arch.
gables, each supported by sturdy wooden pilasters.
Projecting wing at rear.
1827 drawing of Dalvey House depicts similar bridge in
foreground; present bridge may be the early 19th century
original or a re-build after flood damage August 1829. By
1798 there was a 'stout wooden bridge' over the Muckle Burn
at Dalvey, carrying the former road to Forres from Dyke, now
the Dalvey House driveway.
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