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Nigg Old Church

Oil Fabrication Yard Nigg Scotland. Nigg (from the Scottish Gaelic: An Neag meaning "the notch", referring to a feature of the hills above the parish church) is a village and parish in Easter Ross, administered by The Highland Council.The present parish church is an 18th-century building on an early Christian site dating back to at least the 8th century. The Nigg Stone, one of the most elaborate stone monuments of early medieval western Europe, is preserved in a room at the west end of the church. This late 8th century Pictish cross-slab formerly stood in the churchyard, but was moved indoors for preservation in recent years. 8th Century AD Christian Cloud Commercial Dock Construction Machinery Construction Site Crane Crane - Construction Machinery Development Harbor Industry Moray Firth Nigg Nigg Old Church Nigg Stone Oil Fabrication Yard Oil Platform Scotland Scottish Scottish Highlands Sky Tour Tourism Travel Travel Destinations
The site of a crude oil storage and processing depot for oil piped in from the Beatrice oil field in the Moray Firth.Nigg (from the Scottish Gaelic: An Neag meaning "the notch", referring to a feature of the hills above the parish church) is a village and parish in Easter Ross, administered by The Highland Council.The present parish church is an 18th-century building on an early Christian site dating back to at least the 8th century. The Nigg Stone, one of the most elaborate stone monuments of early medieval western Europe, is preserved in a room at the west end of the church. This late 8th century Pictish cross-slab formerly stood in the churchyard, but was moved indoors for preservation in recent years. 8th Century AD Blue Christian Clear Sky Copy Space Illuminated Moray Firth Nigg Nigg Old Church Nigg Stone Oil Fabrication Yard Oil Platform Outdoors Scotland Scottish Scottish Highlands Sea Tour Tourism Tranquil Scene Tranquility Travel Travel Destinations Water Waterfront
Nigg (from the Scottish Gaelic: An Neag meaning "the notch", referring to a feature of the hills above the parish church) is a village and parish in Easter Ross, administered by The Highland Council.The present parish church is an 18th-century building on an early Christian site dating back to at least the 8th century. The Nigg Stone, one of the most elaborate stone monuments of early medieval western Europe, is preserved in a room at the west end of the church. This late 8th century Pictish cross-slab formerly stood in the churchyard, but was moved indoors for preservation in recent years. 8th Century AD Christian Close-up Communication Day Geometric Shape High Angle View Moray Firth Nigg Nigg Old Church Nigg Stone No People Oil Fabrication Yard Oil Platform Outdoors Rectangle Scotland Scottish Scottish Highlands Text Tour Tourism Travel Travel Destinations Western Script
Nigg (from the Scottish Gaelic: An Neag meaning "the notch", referring to a feature of the hills above the parish church) is a village and parish in Easter Ross, administered by The Highland Council.The present parish church is an 18th-century building on an early Christian site dating back to at least the 8th century. The Nigg Stone, one of the most elaborate stone monuments of early medieval western Europe, is preserved in a room at the west end of the church. This late 8th century Pictish cross-slab formerly stood in the churchyard, but was moved indoors for preservation in recent years. 8th Century AD Christian Close-up History Information Man Made Object Moray Firth Nigg Nigg Old Church Nigg Stone Oil Fabrication Yard Oil Platform Open Rectangle Scotland Scottish Scottish Highlands Tour Tourism Travel Travel Destinations Tray
The Nigg Stone, Nigg (from the Scottish Gaelic: An Neag meaning "the notch", referring to a feature of the hills above the parish church) is a village and parish in Easter Ross, administered by The Highland Council.The present parish church is an 18th-century building on an early Christian site dating back to at least the 8th century. The Nigg Stone, one of the most elaborate stone monuments of early medieval western Europe, is preserved in a room at the west end of the church. This late 8th century Pictish cross-slab formerly stood in the churchyard, but was moved indoors for preservation in recent years. 8th Century AD Christian Close-up Freshness History Indoors  Moray Firth Nigg Nigg Old Church Nigg Stone No People Oil Fabrication Yard Oil Platform Scotland Scottish Scottish Highlands The Past Tour Tourism Travel Travel Destinations Tray
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