Township: Balinoe

Map Reference: Balinoe 34

Name Type: building

Meaning: Coal store A Glossary of Scotch Mining Terms: COAL-RITH, or COAL-REE, or COAL-FAULD, A sale place for coal other than at a colliery

Other Forms: Coalree Chù-Dhèis

Coalree Doan - Hector J Campbell, Cornaigbeg, 5/1996

Stòr Ghuail Lachainn Dhòmhnaill - WL.

Related Places:

Information:One year at Hallowe'en the boys put one cart inside Stòr Ghuail Doan, whose walls were six feet high, by taking the wheels off. Seonaid Brown, Balephuil, 9/2008.
A walled enclosure at the beach topped by a strand of wire. 'Doan' (Duncan MacArthur) took over as coal merchant from Lachainn Dhòmhnaill in Balemartine.
The walls were 8 feet high.

Local Form:

Languages : Gaelic

Informants: Willie Lamont, Mannal, 9/1995

Informant 2: Donald Kennedy, Balinoe, 9/1995