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A World Apart
The story of the men and boats that kept communication and commerce alive for the Hebridean islanders in all weathers and despite the many dangers.
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Aberdeenshire's Lost Railways
In keeping with the format of our other lost railway books, this volume contains a selection of excellent historic photographs of stations and rolling stock, this time featuring...
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Always Boats & Men
A beautifully put together volume reflecting upon the relationship between an island people and the vessels that carry them ‘down to the sea in ships’. Featuring the poetry...
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Angus & Kincardineshire's Lost Railways
Dundee had one of the earliest railway systems in Scotland (dating from the 1830s), and by the early 1900s a network of lines served virtually every town and village in Angus and...
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Argonauts of the Western Isles
Robin Lloyd-Jones has been exploring the enchanting west coast of Scotland in his sea kayak for more than fourty years. Here he takes us on many a memorable expedition to wild...
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Argyll and the Highlands' Last Days of Steam
An album of steam-era images by railway photographer Bill Smith, who also wrote the accompanying captions. Locations featured include: Crianlarich Upper, Craigendoran Upper, Helensburgh...
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Argyll and the Highlands' Lost Railways
At the height of the railway era, the Scottish Highlands had a total of 183 railway stations, serving some of the most remote parts of the United Kingdom. Road transport was virtually...
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Attention All Shipping
This solemn, rhythmic intonation of the shipping forecast on BBC radio is as familiar as the sound of Big Ben chiming the hour. Since its first broadcast in the 1920s it has inspired...
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