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Bradshaw’s Guide


At which station the iourist has a fine treat in reserve by taking a conveyance to Logierait, a distance of four miles, where the Tummel, fed by various mountain streams from the Grampians, joins the Tay; from thence, up the Tay (the scenery along the whole route of which is truly beautiful), by Grandtully, Murthly, and Aberfeldy, with Castle Menzies a little to the right, to Taymouth Castle, the seat of the Marquis of Breadalbane, at the northern extremity of Loch Tay. If desirable, the tour may be extended down the Loch (fifteen miles), and thence through Glens Dochart and Falloch to the head of Loch Lomond, a distance of 45 miles from Taymouth Castle.

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