Auchindrain Township | Explore Auchindrain
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Explore Auchindrain

Over the next few months we will be adding to this part of the website, so please come back from time to time to see what’s new.  Soon, you will be able to click on each of the buildings and other marked points on a map of the township, and a new window will open up with information and pictures about that place. For now, however, we have uploaded part of our Guidebook: this should help you to understand the place and why it is so special.


Auchindrain is a very special place: the last surviving and best preserved example of a joint tenancy township, a settlement type that was common in Scotland up to 200 years ago.

The blackthorn tree at Auchindrain.