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Exploring the Snow Roads : a cultural and historical companion to the Snow Roads Scenic Route

Addison, David M.2020
Starting at Blairgowrie and proceeding through Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms National Park, the 90-mile-long Snow Roads Scenic Route ends at Grantown-on-Spey. This book features the highest main road in the UK and offers the traveller some of Scotland's most spectacular scenery.
Stirling : Extremis Publishing, 2020.
196 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 24 cm
Meikelour: the hedge and the houseBlairgowrie and Rattray: faith and fruitWest of Blairgowrie: a fake, a ghost and a polymathAlyth: the arches, the instrument maker and the drunk's cartMeigle and Coupar Angus: stories in stonesBlairgowrie to Finegand: a tale of a cockerellFinegand to the Glenshee Ski Centre: a "grave" and the Devil's ElbowBraemar: A castle, a saint, a tellerof tales and two memorialsBraemar: games, gatherings, a lodge and a gorgeBraemar Castle: Bobbing John, the Black Colonel and La Belle RebelleBalmoral and Lochnagar: much ado about royaltyAbergeldie and Birkhall: a tale of two castlesBallater: the station and the shopsBeyond Ballater: wonderful water, Knights Templar and knights of the roadCorgarff: a very unlucky castleOver the Lecht: the postmistress, the ski centre and the wellTomintoul: the laird, the swindler and the mutineerGlenlivet: two distilleries and a seminaryGlenlivet: Castles and battlesGrantown-on-Spey: the very model of a modern town and castleGrantown-on-Spey: trains and toiletsHuntly's Cave and Duthil: a hidey-hole and a cemeteryCarrbridge and Boat of Garten: a bridge and a bird.
9781999696238 (pbk)
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941.24 AD5
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