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This building is in the Moray Council and the Boharm Parish. It is a category A building and was listed on 22/02/1972.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NJ 3187 5170.


William Robertson, 1830. N facing single storey, 5-bay

classical tollhouse; harled, ashlar margins and dressings.

Pedimented baseless Roman Doric tetrastyle portico; deep

string-coursed entablature. Narrow windows flank doorway,

slightly wider windows in outer bays; further single window

in E gable (facing road); 4- and 12-pane glazing. 3 centre

short corniced stacks; shallow piended slate roof.

Small later rear lean-to addition.

INTERIOR: simple 2-roomed interior.


There was a medieval bridge at Boat of Brig built by Muriel de Polloc, the tolls supporting the hospital of St Nicholas site nearby. Bridge re-placed by ferry-boat. Suspension bridge designed and executed by Captain Samuel Brown RN, opened 3 December, 1830; together with the tollhouse, it was financed by Col Grant of Grant (Seafield Estates), Mr Richard Wharton Duff of Orton and Mr P Steuart of Auchlunkart. 'Remarkably handsome' tollhouse where 'very moderate pontage' was collected. Tollhouse of unusually grandoise design. Suspension bridge superseded by present bridge in 1952. Upgraded: B to A, 24.3.88.


ELGIN COURIER, 19 February, 3 and 10 December 1830. ABERDEEN JOURNAL, 9 December 1830. NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT xiii (1834), pp. 365-6. J R Gray, ROTHES PAST AND PRESENT (1954), p. 27. Scottish Record Office GD/248/1564/80.

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