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Further Reading

Interesting Books

Some of the Books used to collate the information within this exhibition are:

  • Argyll & The Highlands Lost Railways – Gordon Stansfield
  • Around Lochaber – Fiona MacLean
  • Buildings of Scotland – Highlands & Islands – Gifford
  • The Callendar & Oban Railway – John Thomas
  • Callander & Oban Railway – Ewan Crawford
  • Discovering Scotlands Lost Railways – Julian Holland
  • Gazetteer of Scotland – Johnston & Bacon
  • Highland Buses – John Sinclair
  • Highland Heritage – Barbara Fairweather
  • Illustrated Road Book of Scotland – AA
  • Lochaber a Historical Guide – Paula Martin
  • New Ways through the Glens – ARB Haldane
  • Old Glencoe & Ballachulish – Guthrie Hutton
  • Pictures of the Past – Barbara Fairweather
  • Scotland’s Turntable Ferries – Robert Beale & John Hendy
  • The 300-year Story of Ballachulish Slate – Barbara Fairweather
  • Travels around Glencoe in Olden Days – Barbara Fairweather
  • West Highland Piers – Alistair Deayton
  • Wheels around Fort William & Lochaber – Robert Grieves
  • Wheels around Inverness-shire – Robert Grieves


Interesting Websites include

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