A distillery settlement on the left bank of the River Spey, Knockando lies 3 miles (5 km) west of Archiestown in Moray. The former Knockando Station is used as a visitor centre by the Tamdhu Distillery and in the kirkyard of Knockando Church (1757) are three weathered Pictish stones. There is also a woollen mill with some of the oldest working machinery in the country. Knockando Distillery, which dates from 1898, was the first to install electric light.

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