Northern Scotland, Highlands & Islands
BIC code: 1DBKSH
- Add to BasketThe History Of The Western Highlands And Isles Of Scotland
- Paperback - John Donald
Initially published in 1881, this book is an invaluable and classic piece of scholarship on an era of Scottish history which is often neglected.
- Add to BasketIsolation Shepherd
- Paperback - Birlinn
Iain Thomson has written a heartfelt testament to life as a shepherd in Strathmore in the Great Glen, before the flooding of the valley for a hydro-electric scheme forced him to abandon both the land and his way of life.
- Add to BasketThe Speyside Way
- Spiral - Rucksack Readers
The Speyside Way is a walking route between Buckie and Aviemore. This guide provides all the information required to enjoy the 84 mile walk, including a full map.
- Add to BasketThe Great Glen Way
- Paperback - Cicerone
This volume is a complete two-way description to the 117km/73 mile Great Glen Way from Fort William to Inverness. The route can be walked either as a continuation of the West Highland Way or in its own right.
- Paperback - AA
Fully revised and updated, this handy glovebox size street atlas of Aberdeen clearly shows AA recommended restaurants, hotels, one-way streets and car parks. Featuring a clever use of colour to ensure they can be read under street lighting, these maps are all you need to keep you on the move.
- Add to BasketCongratulations, You Have Just Met The Casuals
- Paperback - John Blake
It was the look and the attitude that defined the UK in the 1980s. It was the Casual movement - a new breed of football fan, bringing with them a new way to terrorise the terraces. Aberdeen football club's Aberdeen Soccer Casuals became the most notorious, most feared and most copied mob in the country.
- Add to BasketOld Midmar & Cromar With Torphins And Lumphanan
- Paperback - Stenlake
The districts of Aberdeenshire covered in this book lie 'twixt Dee & Don' &, collectively, the villages in this area are known as Midmar & Cromar. A rural region dependent on agriculture, it was transformed by the arrival of the railway in the 19th century & benefited from the North Sea oil boom of the 20th century.
- Add to BasketOld Pitlochry, Strathtummel And Rannoch
- Paperback - Stenlake
This collection of over 50 photographs, accompanied by a detailed history, captures Pitlochry and the surrounding area in the late-Victorian & Edwardian era.
- Add to BasketCollins Aberdeen Streetfinder Atlas
- Paperback - Collins
This atlas of Aberdeen contains an enlargement of the city centre, a full index to street names, important buildings and places of interest, and listings covering education, travel, hospitals and public services.
- Add to BasketThe Scottish Highland Lines: Oban, Fort William & Mallaig, Inverness
- Paperback - Freightmaster
This volume features the Scottish Highland lines. It reveals a ten-mile, schematic, cross section of the route showing a gradient profile and topography, track plan and station layouts along with recent photographs to illustrate locations of interest.