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The parallel roads of Lochaber.

Campbell, J. F.

The parallel roads of Lochaber.

by Campbell, J. F.

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Published by Privately printed for J.F. Campbell in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Terraces (Geology) -- Scotland -- Lochaber.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination28 leaves ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22889241M

    Parallel Lines Sci-fi Painting Art Book By Peter Elson And Chris Moore Rare. $ Rare. Rare Greek Greece Book Plutarch Parallel Lives By A. Rizos Rangavis 1st Ed. The Parallel. The Parallel Roads Of Lochaber. A Rare Original Article From The Britis. $   parallel roads they are called. A perfect example of what glaciers have done to the landscape. On one of the plateaus there is a very interesting information board explaining everything about the geology. really loved the scenery, dreiging on the narrow roads, the atmosphere. if you can fit it in do so, you will be really ://

    COVID Update: To limit the spread of the coronavirus, attractions may be closed or have partial closures. Please consult government travel advisories before   Parallel roads of Glen Roy The p arallel roads are a geological feature, they start just above Taigh A'Chaorrainn, so walk out the back garden, past the Shinty pitch and up the hill at the back, alternatively, drive to get either drive to Roy Bridge, the neighbouring village, and turn into Glen Roy ://

      Since the 18th century, the Lochaber region has long been famous for the “Parallel Roads of Glen Roy”. The linear hillside features, known as roads by local people because they were thought to be forest rides or hunting lures, were documented by the Welsh antiquary and naturalist Thomas Pennant in in an appendix to his Tour of ://~/media/shared/documents/groups/specialist/hogg/hogg. self made Parallel Roads - with no tools. Travel - Scotland, Parallel Roads, by the way you can see the Battle of Mulroy Memorial - it is said that it was the last battle when bows were used - Parallel Roads is a lay of the land where once upon a time a lake was - at


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It is a delight to read and the perfect gift for budding young geologists. £   Landscape. The historic town of Fort William lies on the shores of Loch Linnhe at the southern end of one of the longest glens, The Great Glen.

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Lochaber, Highlands, Scotland Glen Roy, near to the Great Glen, has various glacial features, but is undoubtedly most famous for its striking ‘roads’, mysterious parallel lines that are traced along the sides of Glen Gloy, Glen Roy and Glen Spean. Glacial Lake shorelines These ‘roads’, best seen on the sides of Glen Roy, are the remnant shorelines of a glacial lake that existed in the Walks in Fort William and Lochaber, Fort William and Lochaber, PH This short but rough walk has excellent views of the famous Parallel Roads which stand out as horizontal ridges on both sides of the Glen.

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Intwo years after returning from the voyage, he travelled to the Scottish Highlands to study the so-called parallel roads of Glen :// Parallel Roads of Glen Roy. People have long been fascinated by the Parallel Roads of Lochaber.

Were these striking horizontal lines on the hillsides of Glen Roy, Glen Gloy and Glen Spean formed by giants of old, as described in Gaelic myths. Are they natural or were they formed by human activity.

(in the US) They indicate a no passing zone. The white lines indicate multiple lanes of travel in the same direction, while the yellow lines indicate opposing lanes of ://   Popular Science Monthly/Volume 10/January /The Parallel Roads of Glen Roy public a century ago, but no systematic description of them appeared before They are found in the district of Lochaber, Inverness-shire.

On both sides of the steep, narrow glen through which the Roy runs, there are three perfectly horizontal and parallel Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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