Brora

Brora

The name Brora is derived from ancient Norse, meaning 'river with a bridge.

 This small industrial village had ,at one time, a coal pit, boat building, salt pans, fish curing,  the new Clynelish Distillery, wool mill, bricks and a stone quarry.The white sandstone in the Clynelish quarry was used in the construction of London Bridge, Liverpool Cathedral and Dunrobin Castle.

 

Brora was the first place in the north of Scotland to have electricity thanks to its wool industry. 

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