South Ugie Water

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The South Ugie Water is a tributary of the Ugie Water in northeastern Aberdeenshire, Scotland.[1] To the south of the Ugie Water are a number of prehistoric monuments, evidencing the habitation of early man in the northeast of Scotland; for example, the Catto Long Barrow and a number of tumuli are situated in this locale.[2]

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Line notes[edit]

  1. ^ Ordnance Survey, 2004
  2. ^ C.M.Hogan, 2008

References[edit]

  • United Kingdom Ordnance Survey Map (2004) 1:50,000 scale, Landranger series
  • C.Michael Hogan (2008) Longman Hill, Modern Antiquarian [1]

Coordinates: 57°32′N 1°54′W / 57.533°N 1.900°W / 57.533; -1.900