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Philip's Street Atlas Inverness and Moray New, and the only detailed colour atlas of Inverness and Moray that gives comprehensive coverage of the region. No other atlas shows every street in Inverness and Moray. The mapping is based on Ordnance Survey data and gives the user complete coverage of all urban and rural areas. The mapping is at a scale of 1 3/4 inches to 1 mile (1 1/3 inches to 1 mile in the pocket edition) with larger scale mapping of 3 1/2 inches to 1 mile (2 2/3 inches to 1 mile in the pocket edition) for the following towns Alness, Aviemore, Buckie, Charlestown of Aberlour, Dingwall, Dufftown, Elgin, Fochabers, Forres, Fort Augustus, Grantown on Spey, Invergordon, Inverness, Keith, Kingussie, Lossiemouth, Muir of Ord, Nairn, Newtonmore, Tain. The atlas is ideally suited for both business and leisure use. There is a route-planning map at the front of the atlas. The main maps show every named road, street and lane clearly with through-routes highlighted in urban areas. School locations are marked and emergency services, hospitals, police stations, car parks and rail and bus station locations are all featured.

Land Of The Lost

Land of the Lost: Exploring the... North-east's Vanished Townships. This is a book about a search for a sense of the past, looking at old days and old ways; hoping, perhaps, to find a whisper of those voices on the braes. This is the story of the vanished peoples of the Northeast; of people and places whose lives, achievements and traditions are today on the very edge of memory. Through Deeside, Donside, Strathavon and beyond, Bob Smith searches out the deserted and forgotten villages and clachans which lay throughout the area and whose rich history is now often simply commemorated by anonymous ruins set deep in remote glens. First published in 1997, Land of the Lost was an instant success. This new edition has been expanded by almost half to incorporate chapters on the glens south of Strathdon, the area around Belnagauld and the Bunzeach, Mulloch Hill, the track known as the Pollach Road, the fermtouns around Monymusk, and the area around Foudland. It also includes numerous rare archive photographs.

Peterhead Incuding Maps of Fraserburgh

Peterhead: Incuding Maps of Fraserburgh,... Macduff, Banff, Portsoy and Mintlaw.

The Whaling Years: Peterhead 1788-1893.

Tell It to an Aberdonian!: Humour of the... North-east.

Jamie Fleeman's Country Cookbook:... Traditional Recipes from the North East of Scotland.

Peterhead in Old Picture Postcards.

Doric: The Dialect of North-east... Scotland.

More from Turriff: 1939-1999.

Buchan Claik: A Compendium of Words and... Phrases from the North-east of Scotland.

The Road to Maggieknockater: Exploring... Aberdeen and the North-east Through Its Place-name.

Roots in a Northern Landscape:... Celebrations of Childhood in the North East of Scotland.

North East Castles: Castles in the... the Landscape of North East Scotland.

The Scots Fiddle: Tunes, Tales and... Traditions of the North-east and Central Highlands.

Turriff: A Pictorial Record of the Town... of Turriff Through the Twentieth Century, Including Local Poetry and Historical Items.

The North-east Collection: 25 Tunes from... the Great Houses of the North-east of Scotland.

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