|Scottish Gaelic: Bun Lòchaidh/Poll Lòchaidh|
Munlochy shown within the Highland council area
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Munlochy (// mən-LOKH-ee; Scottish Gaelic: Bun Lòchaidh/Poll Lòchaidh) is a small village, in northern Scotland, lying at the head of Munlochy Bay (Ob Poll Lòchaidh). There are few early records of a settlement, but it seems likely that Munlochy expanded in the 1760s due to quarry workers extracting stone nearby to build Fort George on the far side of the Moray Firth.
- Gorton, John (1833). A topographical dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland: compiled from local information, and the most recent and official authorities 1. Chapman and Hall. p. 95.
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