PHEW Summer visit to Forth & Upper Tay Valleys

30 June - 2 July, 2017

Venue address:

Stanley Mills
Tay Valley
United Kingdom
Part of Stanley Mills, Perthshire, where the power of the river was channelled and harnessed.
Part of Stanley Mills, Perthshire, where the power of the river was channelled and harnessed.

About this event

The Panel for Historical Engineering Works' (PHEW) three-day visit to historic and significant engineering structures in the Forth and Upper Tay valleys.

The visit includes two night's accommodation at a hotel in the Edinburgh area. Travel will be by coach. The cost for two days Dinner Bed & Breakfast, and three days coach, is expected to be c. £250-300 per person. Members wishing to join for one day only will be most welcome.

Provisionally the visit will include the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals in the Falkirk area with a boat trip on the oldest navigable and newest canal on the Friday. Dunkeld Bridge, Stanley Mills and the Tummel – Garry Hydro-Electric Scheme – will be visited on the Saturday, finishing with various crossings over the rivers Forth and Tay, and a harbour on the Fife coast on the Sunday. The visit will start on Friday 30 June at 10.00am in Edinburgh and will finish c. 5.00pm on Sunday 2 July.

To reserve places, we ask that you pay a deposit of £10 per person using the online booking function.

Joining instructions will be forwarded late May/early June.


Any queries or for further information please contact the Event Organiser:

Sandra Purves, PHEW Panel Member West of Scotland
t: 0131-556 4503

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