Searching for "KINLOCHEWE"

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Bensleoch or Bensliabhoch Ross Shire Kinlochewe. It has an altitude of 3217 feet above sea-level; is scarred and cut by great rifts and gullies Groome
    Coir nan Cend Creach Ross Shire Cend Creach (the Hollow of a Hundred Spoils), valley with cairns, on road between Kinlochewe and Torridon, W. Ross-shire. Bartholomew
    Fionn Bheinn Ross Shire Fionn Bheinn , mountain, Ross-shire, 7 miles E. of Kinlochewe, alt. 3060 ft. See BEN FIN. Bartholomew
    Flowerdale Ross Shire seat, Gairloch, W. Ross-shire, at head of Gair Loch; Flowerdale, Kinlochewe, and Shieldaig Deer Forest embraces 42,750 ac. Bartholomew
    Gairloch Ross Shire Kinlochewe, where it is joined by a rivulet, running 3¼. miles north-westward down Glen Docherty. As Kinlochewe river Groome
    Glen Docherty Ross Shire Glen Docherty , glen, Ross-shire; descends NW. to Loch Maree at Kinlochewe. Bartholomew
    Grudie Ross Shire shire, flowing N. from Ben Eay to Loch Maree; the Bridge of Grudie is 5½ miles NW. of Kinlochewe. Bartholomew
    Kinlochewe Ross Shire Kinlochewe, a hamlet in Gairloch parish, W Rossshire, 1 5 / 8 mile SSE of the head of Loch Maree, and 10 miles Groome
    Kinlochewe Ross and Cromarty Kinlochewe , hamlet with inn, Gairloch par., W. Ross and Cromarty, 1½ mile SE. of SE. end of Loch Maree Bartholomew
    Lochan Fada Ross and Cromarty Lochan Fada .-- loch, Gairloch par., Ross and Cromarty, 4½ miles N. of Kinlochewe. Bartholomew
    Loch-a-Vroin (Loch-a-Bhraoin) Ross and Cromarty Loch-a-Vroin (Loch-a-Bhraoin ), loch, Ross and Cromarty, 9 miles NE. of Kinlochewe. Bartholomew
    Loch Clair Ross and Cromarty Loch Clair , loch, Gairloch par., Ross and Cromarty, 3 miles SW. of Kinlochewe. Bartholomew
    Lochmaree Ross and Cromarty Gairloch par., Ross and Cromarty, on S. side of Loch Maree, at Talladale, 9 miles NW. of Kinlochewe; P.O., T.O. Bartholomew
    Maree, Loch Ross Shire Kinlochewe or' head of Loch Ewe.' Loch Maree contains salmon, sea-trout, yellow trout, and char, though the first are very Groome
    Maree, Loch Ross and Cromarty Kinlochewe, and gives off the river Ewe; is overlooked by grand mountains, is studded with numerous islands, and is famed Bartholomew
    Poolewe Ross Shire Kinlochewe for visiting the superb scenery of Loch Maree; and has a post office, with money order, Savings' bank, and telegraph Groome
    Ross-shire Ross Shire Kinlochewe and Loch Maree. From the NW end of Loch Luichart the hollow of Strath Bran is continued eastward towards Groome
    Torridon Ross and Cromarty Cromarty, at head of Loch Torridon, 10 miles SW. of Kinlochewe; P.O.; Torridon House , seat, is 2 miles to the NW. Bartholomew
    Torridon, Loch Ross Shire Kinlochewe, is the tiny hamlet of Torridon, where are a small inn, a post office, with money order and savings Groome
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