"Victorian Travel on the West Highland Line"

ISBN:1 899863 89 3
PAGES: p/b; 162pp; b&w illustrations throughout


This delightful book was originally published in 1894 to encourage the Victorian tourist to travel on the West Highland Line. The railway, which at that time had only just been completed, boasts more spectacular and romantic scenery than almost any other railway in the world. We travel the same route today; beside the Clyde to Loch Long and on to Loch Lomond, Crianlarich, Tyndrum, Rannoch, Glencoe, Spean bridge and past Ben Nevis to Fort William.

The book is illustrated with hundreds of pencil sketches of scenes from along the route and from the rich history of the lochs and glens through which the traveller passes.

SORRY - This title now out of print 11 April 2018

This is one of the best guide books ever produced!

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