In 2013 we were driving along the north shore of Lock Carron, in Scotland, when we passed the old burial ground of Lochcarron Village We reversed, and I had a couple of minutes to take some shots from the car. In the graveyard is the ruinous parish church of 1751. There is a wide range of gravestones within this site, table tops, uprights and a few early 20th century. The ground is uneven and slopes up gently northwards. This site fell out of use as a parish church when the church to the east, Lochcarron Parish Church, was built c.1840.
The new parish church built in 1840’s