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TITLE
Glen Croe
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_350_P073
PLACENAME
Glen Croe
DISTRICT
Helensburgh
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ARGYLL
DATE OF IMAGE
1800
PERIOD
1800s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31106
KEYWORDS
glens
Glen Croe
mountains
peninsulas
roads
seats
Rest and Be Thankful
Glen Croe

Glen Croe forms the northern boundary of the Cowal Peninsula and is bordered by the Cobbler (Ben Arthur) and Ben Donich. It runs for approximately 4-5miles and ends in the north at The Rest and Be Thankful, where there is a seat put there by the 22nd Regiment who built the road up to it.

This illustration was taken from T. Garnett's 'Observations on a tour through the Highlands'

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Glen Croe

ARGYLL

1800s

glens; Glen Croe; mountains; peninsulas; roads; seats; Rest and Be Thankful

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (illustrations)

Glen Croe forms the northern boundary of the Cowal Peninsula and is bordered by the Cobbler (Ben Arthur) and Ben Donich. It runs for approximately 4-5miles and ends in the north at The Rest and Be Thankful, where there is a seat put there by the 22nd Regiment who built the road up to it.<br /> <br /> This illustration was taken from T. Garnett's 'Observations on a tour through the Highlands'