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TITLE
Map of Northern Scotland, 1850s
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_179_INNERPLATE
PLACENAME
Scotland
PERIOD
1850s
CREATOR
S Hall, Bury St, Bloomsbury
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31001
KEYWORDS
maps
islands
sailing
Highlands
zoomable

Map of Northern Scotland found in Anderson's Guide to the Highlands vol 1' by George and Peter Anderson.

This map begins where the Lowland map found in the same book ends. The map stretches north from Ardnamurchan, Fort William and Blair Atholl. In the top right of the map there is a window containing the Orkney Islands and on the left is a small box, to the left of Lewis, containing the islands of St Kilda.

The sailing route that had been drawn on the lowland map continues on this map and moves round the inside of Skye, up to Stornoway and back down the outside of Skye. The line ends on the 22nd September on the island on Canna

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Map of Northern Scotland, 1850s

1850s

maps; islands; sailing; Highlands; zoomable

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (maps)

Map of Northern Scotland found in Anderson's Guide to the Highlands vol 1' by George and Peter Anderson. <br /> <br /> This map begins where the Lowland map found in the same book ends. The map stretches north from Ardnamurchan, Fort William and Blair Atholl. In the top right of the map there is a window containing the Orkney Islands and on the left is a small box, to the left of Lewis, containing the islands of St Kilda. <br /> <br /> The sailing route that had been drawn on the lowland map continues on this map and moves round the inside of Skye, up to Stornoway and back down the outside of Skye. The line ends on the 22nd September on the island on Canna