Sites and Monument Record: Dunmore Smithy (SMR 191)

With Bankside, the smithy is characterised as possessing an entrance doorway in the form of a horseshoe. It is constructed from 15 stones. Another example can be found in Cumberland, and one of brick in Ireland. Interesting example of mid 19th estate development.

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Site status
Site history notes
Constructed c1840 using stone brought to Dunmore Pier from Longannet. An inscription bears the name W Kay, who is believed to have been the foreman. A date is illegible.
Site conservation date
Circa 1860
Site grid ref
NS 8941 8950
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