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Tar Atween Yer Taes
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A collection of poems written in the local dialect telling the story of Lossiemouth and its people during the last forty years.
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The "Bulb Factory" - The Light of our Lives; The story of Thorn Lighting Works Buckie 1956-1987 by John Crawford & Ron Stewart
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This book recollects the history of the Thorn Lighting Factory, more commonly know as The "Bulb Factory". It operated in Buckie from 1956 until its closure in 1987. At its peak it employed over 300 and manufactured as many as 100 different lamps.
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The 'Rucksack Reader' guide to the Speyside Way
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The 'Rucksack Reader' walking guide to the Speyside Way, by Jacquetta Megarry and Jim Strachan. The definitive guide to the long distance route that captures the spirit of Scotland, running from the coast at Buckie, through the heart of malt whisky country, gently towards the foothills of the Cairngorms. Fully illustrated.

The fully revised edition (March 07) of this essential trail guide has new mapping from 'Footprint' in five panels, and new plans of villages en route and of Aviemore.
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The Cairngorms (A Pictorial Souvenir)
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This conveniently sized hardback book is illustrated throughout with over 80 photographs. It provides a degree and style of regional coverage not widely available and is part of a series of regional Scottish books. The introduction, which provides an overview of the area, is followed by a photographic tour of the Cairngorms National Park.

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The Footprint Map of the Speyside Way
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This complete map guide which includes all the essential information that walkers require. A superb compact waterproof colour map of the Speyside Way
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The man who went to Farr by J G Leith
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It is nearly 200 years since Patrick Sellar stood accused of culpabable homocide for his part in the Strathnaver Clearances. Yet his name continues to reverberate around the Highlands. Sellar was acquitted but his trial never ends. This book pulls together the substantial and the circumstantial evidence.
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The Spey
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A photographic tour of the Cairngorms National Park that captures its moods and illustrates the principal features, landmarks and places of interest, some well off the beaten track.
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The Speyside Way
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Guide Book by Alan Castle describing the Speyside Way along with linking paths and trails from Spen Bridge and Fort Augustus to Buckie.
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The Speyside Way Map ~ Harvey
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This strong durable waterproof map for walkers covers the Speyside Way from its starting point in Buckie along to Spey Bay and using riverside tracks, tarred roads, the old railway line and tracks through birch woodland, heather moor and pinewood you finish this long distance route in Aviemore.
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The Travellers Joy - The Story of the Morayshire Railway by John Ross
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This books tells the history of the Morayshire Railways which were built to link the communities from Stotfield and Lossiemouth Harbour to Elgin, Rothes and Craigellachie.
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Thomson Yard Buckie - The Story of a Shipyard by John Addison et al
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Another excellent book published by the Buckie & District Fishing Heritage Centre Ltd. The book relates the history of Thomson Boat Yard, Buckie with details and pictures of the boats that were built and launched from the Yard.  A great piece of history now recorded for future generations.
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Tomnavoulin Glenlivet - A Collection of Poems by Local Writers compiled by Hettie Milne
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The poems in this anthology were written in the early years of the twentieth century by the local people of Glenlivet, most of whom went to the local school at either Tomnavoulin or Tombae, and were know to each other through time. The poems provide a fascinating picture of life at that time in a rural area and are supported by Hetty Milne's informative text. (This book is illustrated throughout).
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Toonsfowk, Fermers and the Fisherfolk at War by John Crawford & John Fowlie
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This book informs on the contributions made by Toonsfowk, Fermers and the Fisherfolk to World War 1. There are 16 chapters with one chapter devoted to fisherman and the use of Steam Drifters in the Great War.

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Two Six - Royal Airforce Humour compiled by Jim Hughes
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This book is a compilation of humorous cartoons, poetry and articles by Jim Hughes who spent many years in the RAF. RAF publications like the Kinloss Focus, the Lossiemouth Lighthouse and the Leuchars Contact used to carry many cartoons and fun articles and some of these appear here. All profits from this book will go to RAF Charities.
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