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TITLE
Loch Lubnaig
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_179A_355
PLACENAME
Loch Lubnaig
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
PERTH
DATE OF IMAGE
1863
PERIOD
1860s
CREATOR
E F Vans
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
30992
KEYWORDS
Loch Lubnaig
lochs
The Crooked Lake
Loch Lubnaig

View of Loch Lubnaig. The illustration is taken from George and Peter Anderson's 'Guide to the Highlands and Western Islands of Scotland including Orkney and Zetland, Part II, The Central, Southern, and Eastern Highlands, with the South side of the Moray Firth', fourth edition, 1863, p 355. The Andersons write that the Loch, also known as 'The Crooked Lake', is a 'narrow sheet of water, about five miles in length, of which the central part forms nearly a right angle with either extremity. The hills on both sides are steep and lofty, and press closely on the water.'

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Loch Lubnaig

PERTH

1860s

Loch Lubnaig; lochs; The Crooked Lake

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (illustrations)

View of Loch Lubnaig. The illustration is taken from George and Peter Anderson's 'Guide to the Highlands and Western Islands of Scotland including Orkney and Zetland, Part II, The Central, Southern, and Eastern Highlands, with the South side of the Moray Firth', fourth edition, 1863, p 355. The Andersons write that the Loch, also known as 'The Crooked Lake', is a 'narrow sheet of water, about five miles in length, of which the central part forms nearly a right angle with either extremity. The hills on both sides are steep and lofty, and press closely on the water.'