Dumfries & Galloway: Local, Characterful Guides To Britain's Special Places by Donald GreigDumfries & Galloway: Local, Characterful Guides To Britain's Special Places by Donald Greig

Dumfries & Galloway: Local, Characterful Guides To Britain's Special Places

byDonald Greig, Darren Flint

Paperback | June 1, 2015

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Dumfries and Galloway is often considered Scotland's forgotten southwest corner but nonetheless attracts visitors from near and far for its mix of hillwalking, stunning coastline and rural way of life. Popular with history and outdoor enthusiasts, it has particular relevance to US travelers thanks to a poignant mix of events that have taken place here, ranging from the birth of John Paul Jones, the 'Father of the American Navy, in 1747 to the tragic bombing of Pan-Am flight 103 in December 1988, to which there are several moving memorials and a garden of remembrance. Access from the US is easy with direct flights into Glasgow just a couple of hours to the north.
Donald Greig is a freelance writer and publishing consultant. He was previously Managing Director of Bradt Travel Guides for 7 years and has worked and written for many travel publishers, newspapers and magazines in the UK and abroad. Darren Flint is an environmental specialist who worked with the Royal Society for the Protection of Bi...
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Title:Dumfries & Galloway: Local, Characterful Guides To Britain's Special PlacesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 7.68 × 5.3 × 0.71 inPublished:June 1, 2015Publisher:Bradt Travel GuidesLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1841628611

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Introduction Chapter 1: Annandale and Eskdale Chapter 2: Nithsdale Chapter 3: Dumfries and the Nith Estuary Chapter 4: The Glenkens Chapter 5: The Stewartry Chapter 6: The Machars and Moors Chapter 7: The Rhins Index