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Bradshaw’s Guide


This place is important as affording facilities to the tourist for visiting the beautiful Pass of Killicrankie, the spot where Claverhouse fell in 1869. It is a deep ravine, clothed with the richest verdure, through the centre of which the Garry water flows. It is about four miles north-west of this place, a little above the confluence of the rivers Tummel and Garry.

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