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Dunnet, Church of Scotland

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Church of Scotland,
Dunnet

Church History

This is a T-plan church, with a 2 storey square tower at the west end. It is dedicated to St. Mary, although other sources say it is St Faelchu or St Anne. The core of the church is pre-Reformation in date, while a north aisle was added in 1837. The church is no longer in use, becoming disused in the early 1990s, but it is still in good condition. Interior furnishings included a pulpit and plain 1837 box pews in slightly raked aisles. Local stone is used for the walls of the church, which are also harled, and it has a blue slate roof. There is an old graveyard, with various old monuments. The church is located at the east end of a loch.

Maps

It was located at ND2197871185 (Lat/Lon 58.621545,-3.345050). You can see this on maps provided by: