Cralghall, New and Old, 2 colliery vils., 2 m. SW. of
Musselburgh, NE. Edinburghshire—New C., pop. 1482.
Craighead.—vil., Redgorton par., Perthshire, 1 mile
from Almondbank sta.—2. Craighead, school, Campsie
par., S. Stirlingshire.—3. Craighead, seat, on river
Clyde, 1 mile S. of Bothwell, Lanarkshire.
Craigheads, vil., connected with Barrhead town,
Craighirst, one of the Kilpatrick Hills, Dumbarton-
shire, 2¼ miles N. of Duntocher, alt. 1074 ft.
Craighlaw, seat, in par. and 1¼ mile NAY. of Kirk-
cowan sta., mid. AVigtownshire.
Cratghorn, hill, in co. and7¼m.NE. of Stirling, 1904ft.
Craighouse, inn, Jura island, Argyllshire; P.O.
Craigie.—par. and vil., mid. Ayrshire, 4 miles S. of
Kilmarnock, 6576 ac., pop. 590; P.O.; has ruins of old
castle.—2. Craigie, vil., Dalmeny par., E. Linlithgow-
shire ; 1 mile AY. of Cramond Bridge, on river Almond,
which here forms a picturesque cascade, is the seat of
Craigie Hall.—3. Craigie, vil., Caputh par., Perth-
shire, 4 miles W. of Blairgowrie; P.O.—4. Craigie,
SAY. suburb of Perth; P.O.—5. Craigie, seat, on river
Ayr, in co. and 1¼ mile SE. of Ayr.—6. Craigie, seat,
2 miles NE. of Dundee, SW. Forfarshire.—7. Craigie,
school, 1¼ m. SE.of New Machar sta., SE. Aberdeenshire.
Craigieharns, hill, near Dunkeld, Perthshire, 900 ft.
Craigie buckler, seat, inco. and2m. SAY. of Aberdeen.
Craigieburn, seat, on Moffat AYater, 3 miles E. of
Moffat, N. Dumfriesshire; in vicinity is Craigieburn
AVood, the subject of one of Burns songs.
Craigielands, vil., 2¼ miles SAY. of Moffat, N. Dum-
friesshire; P.O.; in the vicinity is Craigielands House.
Craigievar, hamlet and seat, 4 miles NAY. of Lum-
phananry. sta., Aberdeenshire ; P.O.
Craiglea, hill and slate quarry, 6¼ miles NAY. of
Methven June., SE. Perthshire, alt. of hill 1737 ft.
Craigleith.—ry. sta. and quarry, 2 miles W. of
Edinburgh; here most of the building-stone for the
New Town of Edinburgh was obtained.—2. Craigleith,
islet, 1 mile N. of North Berwick, N. Haddingtonshire.
Craiglcoch, cliff, Rattray par., E. Perthshire, in a
romantic gorge of river Ericht, near Craighall.
Craiglicli, eminence, Aberdeenshire, 7 miles SAY. of
Alford, alt. 1563 ft.
Craiglockhart, seat and hill (500 ft.), in co. and 2
miles SW. of Edinburgh; in vicinity of seat is a large
Craiglockhart Castle, picturesque ruin, on Mouse
AYater, in co. and near Lanark.
Craiglour-achin, hill, adjoining Lochnagar, SAY.
Aberdeenshire; is crowned by a monumental cairn
erected by Queen Victoria to the memory of the Prince
Consort, 21st August 1862.
Craigluscar, hill, 3 miles NW. of Dunfermline,
SAY. Fifeshire, alt. 744 ft.
Craiglush, loch, E. Perthshire ; is traversed by the
Lunan Burn, which runs SE. from C. to theLoch of Lows.
Craigmaddie, seat, with ruin of the moated tower
of the Galbraiths, 2 m. NE. of Milngavie, Stirlingshire.
Craigmark, mining vil., in par. and 1 mile NE. of
Dalmellington, SE. Ayrshire, pop. 383.
Craigmarloch, small vil., on border of Kilsyth par.,
Stirlingshire, and Cumbernauld par., Dumbartonshire.
Craigmile, seat, 1¼ mile E. of Torphins sta., S.
Craigmiil.—vil., Clackmannanshire section of Logie
par., at S. base of Abbey Craig.—2. Craigmiil, school,
Rattray par., E. Perthshire.
CraigmUlar Castle, ruins, in co. and 3 miles SE. of
Edinburgh; was a favourite residence of Queen Mary.
Craigmony, rocky hill, Glen Urquhart, Inverness.
Craigmore.—precipitous hill, in par. and 1 mile
NW. of Aberfoyle, Perthshire, alt. 1271 ft.—2. Craig-
more, or Craig Mhor, highest summit (2338 ft.) of
Ben-an-Armuinn : which see.
Craigmore, ravine, near Newry, E. co. Armagh;
crossed by a railway viaduct 2000 ft. long and 110 high.
Craigmore Pier, inNE. vicinity of Rothesay, Buteisl.
Craignahan, wooded hill, Crathie and Braemar par.,
SW. Aberdeenshire, alt. 1736 ft.
Craignafeile, rocky islet, off NE. coast of Skye
Craignaiolar, hill, Duthil par., Inverness, 1750 ft.
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