Tulliemet - scheduled monuments

  • There are two Scheduled Monuments featuring the name "Tulliemet".  They are both near the farm "Westhaugh of Tulliemet" and as such are not within the Tulliemet postcodes' boundary.  However, official specifications and associated documents for them can be found here3 on the Historic Scotland website.
  • There are also six1 Listed Buildings associated with the name of Tulliemet, as listed here.
  • The RCAHMS2 website has a more comprehensive list of 26 archaeologically and historically interesting "Tulliemet" sites.  Although a bit clunky to use, the website also has maps, and occasionally images, for the features.  Our favourite is the gloriously named "Brownstone Cottage, Privy", a structure which must surely have had a tale or two to tell, but which no longer appears to be standing.  Nevertheless it seems unlikely that it ever stood anywhere near where RCAHMS places it.  Anyone know better?
  • The ScotlandsPlaces3 webpages for Logierait Parish also contain numerous references to Tulliemet/Tullymet locations of interest.
  • Scotland's Rural Past, before it closed in 2011, included a project on the Braes of Tullymet, which gives details of some recent investigations. 

Below is an image of the cross slab at Westhaugh of Tulliemet copied from the Geograph website.

Westhaugh stone

 © Copyright Russel Wills and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence


1 However, three of the six refer to Westhaugh.

2 Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland

3 Enter Tulliemet or Tullymet in the page's search box.