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TITLE
Yacht anchored in Loch Long
EXTERNAL ID
HCD00328
PLACENAME
Sallachy
DISTRICT
South West Ross
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ROSS: Lochalsh
PERIOD
1920s; 1930s
CREATOR
Duncan Macpherson
SOURCE
Skye and Lochalsh Archive Centre
ASSET ID
12052
KEYWORDS
yacht
loch
estate
Yacht anchored in Loch Long

Photographed at anchor close to the north shore of Loch Long, Ross-shire, this yacht was owned by a member of the Wills' family. In Duncan Macpherson's time, the Killilan Estate at the head of Loch Long was owned by Mr Melville Wills. Macpherson mentioned him in his book Gateway to Skye, as every time Macpherson wanted to visit the Glomach Falls, he asked permission to drive along the Killilan private estate road. The cottages of Sallachy can be seen behind the yacht, which was anchored in Loch Long until the Dornie bridge was constructed, when it was moved to Totaig in Loch Duich


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Yacht anchored in Loch Long

ROSS: Lochalsh

1920s; 1930s

yacht; loch; estate

Skye and Lochalsh Archive Centre

Duncan Macpherson (photographs)

Photographed at anchor close to the north shore of Loch Long, Ross-shire, this yacht was owned by a member of the Wills' family. In Duncan Macpherson's time, the Killilan Estate at the head of Loch Long was owned by Mr Melville Wills. Macpherson mentioned him in his book Gateway to Skye, as every time Macpherson wanted to visit the Glomach Falls, he asked permission to drive along the Killilan private estate road. The cottages of Sallachy can be seen behind the yacht, which was anchored in Loch Long until the Dornie bridge was constructed, when it was moved to Totaig in Loch Duich <br /> <br /> <br /> This image can be purchased.<br /> For further information about purchasing and prices please email<br /> <a href= "mailto: skyeandlochalsh.archives@highlifehighland.com" >Skye and Lochalsh Archives</a><br />