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Loch Awe
Kilchurn Castle, photo by TheTurfBurner

History of Loch Awe

An eclectic collection of excerpts from the rich historical tradition of the area and aspects of the present day surroundings, including flora, forestry and agriculture.

All historical information supplied by Dalmally Historical Association unless otherwise noted.

These pages sponsored by, Calor Gas, Abbotsinch Industrial Estate, Bo'ness, Grangemouth, FK3 9YL

TWO GREAT LOCAL HISTORY BOOKS:

IT'S A FAR CRY TO LOCH AWE ::  
A personal and historical tour around Scotland's largest Loch. by Charlie Mitchell.
Available from Waterstones Oban. Recently published Details >>>
 
A journey around Loch Awe to hear stories of the people and history of the places, through the early days of tourism and the passenger steamers, the coming of the railway, the cargo boats which were the lifeblood of the community, farming and changes in land use including the establishment of the Forestry Commission.

DALMALLY :: History of a Highland Village
Available from Dalmally Post Office, & Loch Awe Stores  Details >>> 

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