Tummel hydro-electric power scheme

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Coordinates: 56°42′54″N 3°56′20″W / 56.715°N 3.939°W / 56.715; -3.939

Pitlochry hydro-electric power station and River Tummel.

The Tummel hydro-electric power scheme for the generation of hydro-electric power is located in the Grampian Mountains, between Loch Ericht, Loch Rannoch and Loch Tummel, in Perth and Kinross, Scotland.

The scheme was conceived by the Edinburgh architects Tarbolton & Ochterlony. Following Matthew Ochterlony's death in 1946 the scheme was progressed alone by Harold Tarbolton, works beginning in 1947. Tarbolton died before the project was completed.[1]

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