Cultural Landscapes

This category deals with the culture, people, places and landscape features that have had an effect on man and his environment, or vice-versa.

The Moidart Timewarp - Tim Roberton

Alexander Smith picks a fight - John Dye
Anne Cameron Inquest, 1856 - John Dye
Archibald MacDonald charged with theft - John Dye
Assault by Archibald MacLean at Salen in 1851 - John Dye

Barbara MacKintosh - a well-loved lady

Castle Tioram - Sandra Evans

Glenuig Ferry Services - Gordon Barr (opens as a PDF in a new tab)
Green Isle Ferry Boat Committee

History of the New Road from Lochailort to Kinacarra - Jean Cameron & Gordon Barr
High Mingarry - John Dye

Jessie Gillies - memories of Roshven in the 1940s - Jean Bowker

Kinlochmoidart Scottish Women's Rural Institute

Loch Shiel Boat Services 1900 till 1967
The Loch Eil - Loch Shiel Canal
Lochailort Station ... Miller and Begg: a Railway Family - Howard Geddes

MacDonald Memories - Tim Roberton
Mill Fire at Salen, 1854 - John Dye
Miller and Begg: a Railway Family - Howard Geddes
Miners' Action at Strontian Fails, 1855 - John Dye
Moidart Local Council Notes - Tim Roberton
Moidart Council Minutes - Tim Roberton

Observation Post at Salen, World War Two - John Dye

Prayers and Pastures - a PhD thesis on Moidart emigration by Michael Murray
Professor Blackburn before the Court - Ken Bowker

Railway in Moidart - G C Barr
Railway: Miller and Begg: a Railway Family - Howard Geddes
Reflections on Agriculture between 1750 and 1850 - Tim Roberton
Richard Neilson's 1755 report on conditions in Mull, Morvern and Moidart - Jean Lawson
Roshven in the 1940s, memories of, Jessie Gillies - Jean Bowker

Shipwreck at Drimnin, 1860 - John Dye
Sunday Drinking at the Shiel Bridge Inn, 1857 - John Dye

The Last Laird of Morar - Alasdair Roberts
The Story of Port a' Bhata - Sandra Evans

The Strontian Mines Inquest - John Dye