|Suggested Meaning:||long rocky outcrop|
|element||SSE long ‘long’|
|element||SSE and Scots craig ‘crag, rock’|
|Blaeu Coila (1654):||N/A|
|OS Name Books (1855-57):||Long Craig|
|Location:||Ordnance Survey (1895)|
The entry in the Ayrshire Ordnance Survey Name Book (1855-57) for Long Craig reads-
A small range of [rocks] near the top of Corson Cone.
The Long Craig is a rocky outcrops that runs diagonally from east to west up the south face of Corsencon hill for a distance of 300 yards.
|Reproduced with the Permission of National Library of Scotland|
|Map 1: Ordnance Survey Maps – Six-inch 1st edition, Scotland, 1843-1882 (1857) |Long Craig|
|Ordnance Survey Name Books|
|By Permission of Scotland’s Places|
|Ayrshire OS Name Books (1855-57) Vol. 49| Long Craig|