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Blair Castle

Blair Castle is situated close to the village of Blair Atholl in Perthshire, Scotland and is the ancestral home of the Clan Murray. It was historically the seat of their chief, the Duke of Atholl, though the current (12th) Duke, Bruce Murray, lives in South Africa. 346 more words

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The Scottish Crannog Centre

On the banks of Loch Tay close to Aberfeldy in Perthshire, Scotland is a reconstructed iron age dwelling known as a crannog. A crannog is a dwelling built on a partial or entire artificial island in a lake, estuary or river in Scotland and Ireland. 324 more words

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Pass of Killiecrankie

Just north of Pitlochry on the A9 road is the Pass of Killiecrankie which is a historically significant pass between Ben Vrackie and Tanandry Hill. This river gorge is a great location for a walk along the River Garry and visit the famous site of the Battle of Killiecrankie. 433 more words

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Pitlochry Dam & Fish Ladder

Pitlochry in Perthshire, Scotland sits on the River Tummel between Loch Ericht, Loch Rannoch and Loch Tummel and right next to the town is the Tummel hydro-electric scheme for the generation of hydro-electric power. 362 more words

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Friday photo: Glenshee

The red car in the middle of this photograph is driving north on the A93 road, through Glenshee in Perthshire. After winding round the mountain in the middle of the picture, the road has a long, steep climb up to the Glenshee ski centre. 53 more words

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Fortingall

Fortingall is small village just west of Aberfeldy in Perthshire, Scotland and we stayed in a rented cottage here for one week during a trip to Scotland. 694 more words

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