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  1. Billboard Construction of new 9 million centre


  1. Construction of new centre September 2007


  1. Cleared site of previous centre which stood on the 3rd Hanoverian line


  1. Bilingual Welcome Notice


  1.  Bilingual  Parking Notice


  1. Approach to new centre


  1.  Entrance to new Culloden Visitor Centre


  1. Leanach Cottage viewed from new ramp stretching from new building towards Hanoverian lines


  1.  View of Culloden Battlefield from roof of new centre


  1.  Grass on environmentally friendly roof of new centre


  1.  Example of new Battlefield signs


  1.  Leanach Cottage which stood within Hanoverian lines


  1.  Well of the Dead where Alexander MacGillivray died after leading charge by Clan Chattan


  1.  The Clan Cameron Stone


  1.  The Mixed Clans Stone


  1.  Culloden Memorial Cairn erected in 1881 by Duncan Forbes, 10th Laird of Culloden


  1.  Battlefield cleared of trees and fences, in order to make as as close as possible to 16 April 1746


  1. Reconstruction of part of the Leanach Enclosure from which the Argle Militia (Campbell) fired on the right-wing of the Jacobite army


  1. The Clan Donald Stone on the left-wing of the Jacobite army


  1.  The Keppoch Stone sign


  1. The Keppoch Stone where the mortally-wounded MacDonell of Keppoch lay. He was moved from the field to a nearby bothy where he died.


  1. Clan Donald Monument which stands near the Keppoch Stone




  1. The Cumberland Stone where Butcher Cumberland is supposed to have watched the battle


  1. Marilyn hurriedly dismounting from Cumberland Stone to catch bus back to Inverness



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