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Published by H.M.S.O. in Edinburgh .
Written in English

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Statementby L.W. Hinxman, R.G. Carruthers and M. Macgregor ; with contributions by C.T. Clough and petrological notes by Robert H. Thomas and H.H. Read.
SeriesMemoirs of the Geological Survey, Scotland -- 54
ContributionsCarruthers, R. G., Macgregor, M.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17231761M

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By L. W. (Lionel Wordsworth) Hinxman, H. H. (Herbert Harold) Read, Herbert Henry. Thomas, Charles Thomas Clough, Murray. The Geology Of Corrour and The Moor of Rannoch, HMSO, ASIN: BOWZQIE () Jody, Ioasias, Corrour Railway Station, Betascript Publishing, ISBN () McGregor, John, years of the West Highland Railway, ScotRail, ASIN: BCOLGK (). Photographing the Trainspotting Locations in Rannoch Moor There are a few key parts of the station and surrounding areas in Corrour/Rannoch Moor featured as Trainspotting film ically, the train platform, the ‘pointy’ mountain in the distance and the sloped hill to its right, the wooden platform over the tiny river, and the rock where Spud lays the flowers in T2 Trainspotting. We are going to Rannoch station and walk back over the moor to Corrour station Maybe have a meal and catch the train back to Fort William. A full day’s walk. About an hour on the train from Fort William will take us to Rannoch station. We just missed Harry Potter. Walk along the main road towards Loch Rannoch for about a mile.

  Alan led a fabulous 11 mile walk from Corrour via Loch Treig along the north side of the Abhainn Rath river to reach the Staoineag Bothy. Group near start of walk on the fringes of Rannoch Moor. Descending down to Loch Treig and still no midgies! Corrour is a rem acre Highland estate on the edge of Rannoch Moor. Before the nineteenth century, it was a wilderness where shepherds summered their flocks and drovers took their cattle to market. Corrour Lodge is without doubt one of the most unique homes in the Scottish Highlands, but it is the human touch which truly sets aside the. Welcome to the award winning Moor of Rannoch Restaurant and Rooms, located in Rannoch Moor, just yards from Rannoch Station. The Moor of Rannoch hotel is the perfect antidote to the modern fast paced world. Surrounded by km of uninhabited moor it is . Rannoch Moor, a large expanse of around 50 square miles ( km²) of boggy moorland to the west of Loch Rannoch, is in Perth and Kinross, partly northern Argyll and Bute, and Highland, h Moor is designated a National Heritage site. This is the moor where Outlander, the TV drama starring Lotte Verbeek and Caitriona Balfe, was filmed, and it has also been used by ITV .

Corrour is the highest railway station in the UK, on the stunning West Highland Line. The Station House is accessible only by train or a twenty-mile walk! We warmly welcome visitors with a roaring fire, comfy sofas and good homemade food. Children and dogs especially welcome, and we provide games, books, and playing cards to amuse both the.   Check out the Spring issue of the excellent Scotland Outdoors magazine (published March 7) for an article I wrote on Rannoch Moor. The piece is a portrait of this, a true area of wilderness. Having written and filed the feature, I was inspired to explore the moor some more and I set off tomorrow to hike from Bridge of Orchy to Corrour. LOCH OSSIAN AND RANNOCH MOOR. Loch Ossian is situated in a remote part of Perthshire, Scotland, at the North Eastern edge of Rannoch Moor.. July: New Day On Loch Ossian Youth Hostel Dining Area (Glencoe peaks in far right background) In ‘Joyful Journey, Part 2, Glencoe and Rannoch Moor’, I documented my stay at The Kings House on Rannoch Moor at the latter’s Western edge. The Rannoch Moor section is not to be taken lightly due to: Corrour Station: Again in the book, the pair were rowed across Loch Rannoch and were advised to head west rather than east, as Alan Breck so wanted to do. Today there is no option but to walk along the loch instead. However this is a very pleasant walk along to Bridge of Gaur.