Books from Argyll, Bute, Kintyre, Mull and the Islands

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    Argyll - Allan Wright - Paperback
    This title forms part of a series of images of Scotland's beautiful scenery taken by some of its finest photographers. These books are not simply pictures of what we can see from our car window, nor simply misty landscapes, but photography which gets to the heart of both the landscape and its human component.
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    Peat Smoke And Spirit: A Portrait Of Islay And Its Whiskies - Andrew Jefford - Paperback
    This is the story of Islay - from its history to the beautiful wildlife, landscape and topography of the island. Interleaved through these different narrative strands comes the story of the whiskies themselves, traced from a distant past of bothies and illegal stills to present day prosperity.
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    Argyll: The Enduring Heartland - Marion Campbell - Paperback
    This new edition of Marion Campbell's classic evocation of her homeland includes amendments made just before her death.
  • Cover scan of Argyll And The Highlands' Last Days Of Steam
    Argyll And The Highlands' Last Days Of Steam - W. A. C. Smith - Paperback
    This album of steam-era images by railway photographer Bill Smith includes locations such as Kyle of Lochalsh, Bridge of Orchy and Dunblane.
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    Villages Of Northern Argyll - Mary Withall - Paperback
    Argyll's historical importance goes back thousands of years, being both the centre of the kingdom of Dalriada as well as being significant in the spread of Celtic Christianity. This book looks at the remote settlements of Northern Argyll, as well as the people who have struggled to make a living here for 2,000 years and more.
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    Villages Of Southern Argyll - Marian Pallister - Paperback
    For thousands of years, Argyll has been home to people of culture, ideas, skills and power. This book looks Southern Argyll, providing an insight into the origins and development of human settlement in this beautiful outpost of Scotland.
  • Cover scan of Wheels Around Fort Williams And Lochaber
    Wheels Around Fort Williams And Lochaber - Robert Grieves - Paperback
    The collection of pictures contained in this book include Corran Ferry, Ballachulish Ferry, views of a Model T Ford on the top of Ben Nevis, as well as a Model A ascending the mountain and a BSA motorcycle also on the summit. Images of railways and bus operators are also included.
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    The Argyll Book - Hardback
    Argyll, Dalriada or Earra-ghaidheal, the Coastland or Boundary of the Gael, is one of the most beautiful and historically significant parts of Scotland. This work covers topics ranging from prehistory to stately homes, folklore and literature, that relate to Argyll.
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    Argyll And Bute - Frank Arneil Walker - Hardback
    This is a comprehensive gazetteer of the buildings and monuments of Argyll and Bute, prefaced by an introduction to the region's architecture and an enlightening chronological overview of the the region.
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    Old Bute - Graham Twaddle - Paperback
    Rothesay's streets and shops feature prominently in this title, but there are also interior shots of the Rothesay Steam Laundry and 'The Buteman's' print room, plus a photograph of Andrew Baird's home-made aeroplane.
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