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TITLE
Loch Ericht Hotel, after snow storm February 1940
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_6021
PLACENAME
Dalwhinnie
DISTRICT
Badenoch
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Laggan
DATE OF IMAGE
1 February 1940
PERIOD
1940s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
37659
KEYWORDS
snowfall
snowfalls
hotels
lochs
snow storms
villages
distilleries
winter scenes
Loch Ericht Hotel, after snow storm February 1940

This is a postcard of the Loch Ericht Hotel, in the village of Dalwhinnie, shortly after a snow storm in 1940. The hotel is named after nearby Loch Ericht, a long, narrow, freshwater loch, at whose northern end the settlement of Dalwhinnie lies. It is situated on the A9 road between Blair Atholl and Newtonmore and is well known for its distillery, built in 1898.

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Loch Ericht Hotel, after snow storm February 1940

INVERNESS: Laggan

1940s

snowfall; snowfalls; hotels; lochs; snow storms; villages; distilleries; winter scenes

Highland Libraries

Highland Libraries' Postcard Collection

This is a postcard of the Loch Ericht Hotel, in the village of Dalwhinnie, shortly after a snow storm in 1940. The hotel is named after nearby Loch Ericht, a long, narrow, freshwater loch, at whose northern end the settlement of Dalwhinnie lies. It is situated on the A9 road between Blair Atholl and Newtonmore and is well known for its distillery, built in 1898.