and Kinross: An Illustrated...
and Kinross-shire's Lost...
and Perthshire: Including Kinross... This guide covers a
varied landscape area that is accessible to the highly populated
Central Lowlands of Scotland, including the great cities of
Glasgow and Edinburgh. Human endeavour, coupled with a proud
colourful heritage, is evident everywhere, in the pretty and
historic coastal towns such as St Andrews, in the rolling Lomond
Hills and scenic Loch Leven, and, moving further north towards
the higher ground, in the mountainous areas around Pitlochry,
where the autumn colours have to be seen to be believed. Visits
to the area are addictive, causing many to return again and
again to the ancient "kingdoms" of Fife and Perth,
legendary birthplace of the heartland of Scotland, for further
exploration and pleasure.
Leven's Royal Prisoner: Mary,Queen... Queen of Scots.
1851 Census Name Index:... Covering the Whole Parishes of
Cleish, Fossoway and Tulliebole, Kinross, Orwell, and Portmoak
and Parts of Arngask and Forgandenny.
Kingdom of Fife and Kinross-shire... Theo Lang.
and Kinross: The Big Country. A wide-ranging review of the
history, geography, landscape, flora and fauna of Perthshire
and Kinross-shire comprising the old counties of Perth and Kinross.
Contemporary issues, including the local economy, are also surveyed.
Keekin-Gless: An Anthology from... Perth and Kinross.
Houses of Scotland
The Great Houses featured in this book reveal Scots architecture
in its grandest forms. The specially commissioned photographs
by Christopher Simon Sykes include stunning close-ups of architectural
details and objects, and capture the spirit and style of the
houses, while Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd's refreshingly personal
and informal text is as much about the families, who in many
cases still live in these fascinating places, as about the architecture
and decoration. The personal selection of twenty-six houses
reflects the development of style in Scotland, from old tower
houses, such as Cawdor through Baroque masterpieces like Drumlanrig
and the pioneering Classicism of Kinross right up to the Edwardian
opulence of Manderston and Ardkinglas.