Cauldrons/Pans

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Re: Cauldrons/Pans

Postby Machrihanish » Sun Apr 19, 2015 7:10 am

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The only thing left of 'The Pans' is the house at the bus turning point (opposite the gate to Lossit), the actual salt pans were behind the house and to the West of it.
There is an except from two great books on the Gauldrons here: http://www.machrihanish.net/gauldrons

lochend wrote:When I was a boy visiting the town we would frequently go to Machrihanish for a picnic.The part we went to, my Aunt Magaret and my father referred to as the Cauldrens,or the Pans.What is the origin of these names and are they seperate places or one and the same? Any enlightenement very welcome!
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