Searching for "NAVER"

We could not match "NAVER" in our simplified list of the main towns and villages, or as a postcode. There are several other ways of finding places within Vision of Britain, so read on for detailed advice and 19 possible matches we have found for you:

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    Place name County Entry Source
    Altnaharra Sutherland hamlet, mid. Sutherlandsh., at head of L. Naver, 21 m. N. of Lairg and 17 m. S. of Tongue; P.O. Bartholomew
    Altnaharrow Sutherland Naver, on the road from Bonar-Bridge to Tongue, 21 miles N of Lairg station, and 17 S of Tongue Groome
    Ben Clibrick Sutherland Sutherlandshire, on S. side of Loch Naver, alt. 3154 ft. Next to Ben More it is the highest mountain in the county. Bartholomew
    Benclibrick or Beinn Cleith-bric Sutherland Naver and Loch Coir'an Fheàrna. The conical Meall an Eòin, its highest point, 3 miles Groome
    Bettyhill of Farr Sutherland Bettyhill of Farr , hamlet, N. Sutherlandshire, near the mouth of river Naver; P.O., T.O., called Bettyhill . Bartholomew
    Borgie Sutherland Naver. Its waters abound with trout, and are well frequented by grilse and salmon; while those of Lochs Creagach and Slaim Groome
    Coire na Sith Sutherland Naver, 8 miles to the eastward. Lying 990 feet above sea-level, it has an utmost length and breadth of 4 and 3½ furlongs Groome
    Corr Sutherland Corr , loch, Fair par., Sutherlandshire, 6 miles SE. of Altnaharrow inn at head of Loch Naver. Bartholomew
    Corr, A-Choire, or Coir' an Fhearna Sutherland Naver, from which lake it is screened by Benclibrick (3154 feet). Lying itself 570 feet above sea-level, it has an utmost Groome
    Farr Sutherland Naver, winding 18 7 / 8 miles north-by-eastward to the sea. The Naver, ½ mile below its efflux from Groome
    Farr Sutherland Bettyhill of Farr , hamlet, on Farr Bay, near mouth of river Naver, 30 miles SW. of Thurso; P.O., called Bettyhill . Bartholomew
    Mudale Sutherland rivulet, Farr par., Sutherland; issues from Loch-na-Meide, and flows 7 ½ miles SE. to Loch Naver near Altnaharrow. Bartholomew
    Mudale Sutherland Naver (247 feet) near Altnaharrow inn. It affords good trout and salmon fishing, the trout running up to 2 lbs.— Ord. Sur., sh. 108, 1880. Groome
    Naver Sutherland Naver , river, Farr par., Sutherland; issues from Loch Naver (6 m. long), and flows 19 m. N. through Strath Naver Bartholomew
    Naver Sutherland Naver (the Nabarus of Ptolemy) issues from the foot of Loch Naver, and winds 18 7 / 8 miles north-byeastward Groome
    Strath Naver Sutherland Strath Naver , valley, Farr par., Sutherland. Bartholomew
    Sutherland Sutherland Naver, both southward from Torrisdale Bay. Strath Naver is the largest valley on the N coast, and near the upper Groome
    Sutherland Sutherland Naver, and Hope. Of numerous lochs the largest are Lochs Shin, Assynt, Naver, Laoghal, Hope, and More. The angling in the lochs Bartholomew
    Tongue Sutherland Naver. Of nearly a hundred other fresh-water lakes or lakelets, the chief are Loch Cuil na Sith * (7½ x 1 furl Groome
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