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TITLE
Loch Tarbert
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_3258_20
PLACENAME
Tarbert
DISTRICT
Kintyre
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ARGYLL: South Knapdale
DATE OF IMAGE
1879
PERIOD
1870s
CREATOR
C Hewitt (sc.)
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31738
KEYWORDS
boats
yachts
sailing
Loch Tarbert
Loch Fyne
fisheries
places
Loch Tarbert

Line drawing of sailing boats moored on Loch Tarbert. The illustration is contained in "A Yachtsman's Holidays" by 'The Governor' and refers to a cruise on a boat called the "Ilma". "We passed close by the entrance of Loch Tarbert, a most picturesque little inlet with a malodorous village on its banks, which is recognized as the head-quarters of the Loch Fyne fishery."

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Loch Tarbert

ARGYLL: South Knapdale

1870s

boats; yachts; sailing; Loch Tarbert; Loch Fyne; fisheries; places

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (illustrations)

Line drawing of sailing boats moored on Loch Tarbert. The illustration is contained in "A Yachtsman's Holidays" by 'The Governor' and refers to a cruise on a boat called the "Ilma". "We passed close by the entrance of Loch Tarbert, a most picturesque little inlet with a malodorous village on its banks, which is recognized as the head-quarters of the Loch Fyne fishery."