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TITLE
Aros Waterfall
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_3258_78
PLACENAME
Aros Waterfall
DISTRICT
Tobermory
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ARGYLL: Kilninian and Kilmore
PERIOD
1870s; 1880s
CREATOR
C Hewitt (sc.)
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31740
KEYWORDS
Aros
waterfalls
castles
Mull
boats
yachts
places
Aros Waterfall

Line drawing of Aros Waterfall, near Aros Castle, at the mouth of the Aros River on the Isle of Mull.

The illustration is taken from "A Yachtsman's Holidays" by John Inglis, writing under the pseudonym 'The Governor'. He describes his visit to the ruins of this 13th century castle, which once belonged to the Lords of the Isles, during a cruise on a boat called the "Princess"

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Aros Waterfall

ARGYLL: Kilninian and Kilmore

1870s; 1880s

Aros; waterfalls; castles; Mull; boats; yachts; places

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (illustrations)

Line drawing of Aros Waterfall, near Aros Castle, at the mouth of the Aros River on the Isle of Mull. <br /> <br /> The illustration is taken from "A Yachtsman's Holidays" by John Inglis, writing under the pseudonym 'The Governor'. He describes his visit to the ruins of this 13th century castle, which once belonged to the Lords of the Isles, during a cruise on a boat called the "Princess"