This is a brief history of the area in Lorn, in Argyll, which comprises the valleys of the Orchyy, the Strae and the Lochy, three rivers which converge before running into the eastern end of Loch Awe, the greatest of Scotland's inland waterways. It is bounded to the east by the Moor of Rannoch, to the north by the massive Ben Cruachan (3,689 feet), to the west by Loch Awe, and to the south by the mountainous range which includes Ben Lui (3,708 feet).
The author has lived locally for almost half a century and from her home at Upper Sonachan on Lochaweside has a wonderful view across these splendid glens. Mary MacGrigor is also the author of South Lochaweside and an illustrated history of Argyll.
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