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Castle Stalker. Newscutting of photograph showing general view, titled: 'Loch Linnhe and Castle-Stalker' 'A view looking across Loch Linnhe, Argyll, to the mountains of Morven. Castle-Stalker, on its ...

D 80333 NC

Description Castle Stalker. Newscutting of photograph showing general view, titled: 'Loch Linnhe and Castle-Stalker' 'A view looking across Loch Linnhe, Argyll, to the mountains of Morven. Castle-Stalker, on its rocky islet in the foreground was built by Duncan Stewart of Appin in the reign of James IV, who used it as a hunting-seat.' The Scotsman, September 20, 1947.

Date 20/9/1947

Catalogue Number D 80333 NC

Category All Other

Medium Newscutting

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/270742

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