Abbreviated Blog - Explanations Later
An Old New Town
In 1747, William Adam had drawn up plans for the creation of a new Inveraray. By 1770, little had been done, and the fifth Duke set about rebuilding the town in its present form. Some of the work on the rebuilt Inveraray was done by John Adam. uch of the rest of the town, including the church, was designed and built by the celebrated Edinburgh-born architect Robert Mylne between 1772 and 1800.
So some of the minions had to wait a bit!
The end product was an attractive town which included houses for estate workers, a woollen mill, and a pier to exploit herring fishing ...
Next Inveraray blog : Sunday 15th October