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Clyde, river and firth

Neil Munro

Clyde, river and firth

by Neil Munro

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Published by A.and C.Black in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Clyde River (Scotland)
    • Subjects:
    • Clyde River (Scotland)

    • Edition Notes

      Plates accompanied by guard sheets with descriptive letterpress.

      Statementpainted by Mary Y. and J. Young Hunter, described by Neil Munro.
      ContributionsHunter, Mary Y., illus., Hunter, J. Young, illus.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA880.C6 M8
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx p., 1 l., 205, [1]p.
      Number of Pages205
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6998101M
      LC Control Number08018705
      OCLC/WorldCa1700759

      The River and Firth of Clyde, A Selective Bibliography. Quarto, pp. Blue cloth binding. Binding remains square and tight. This bibliography of the River Clyde and Firth of Clyde covers a period of over four Rating: % positive. Books set in River Clyde, Scotland: [When The Clyde Ran Red: A Social History of Red Clydeside, Revolt on the Clyde, John MacLean: Red Clydesider.

      The River Clyde is Scotland’s third longest river and the 9th longest in the UK. It is miles long and flows from near Daer Water to the Firth of Clyde. There are over 70 bridges spanning the River Clyde, including the distinctive Clyde Arc. The Clyde Tunnel, which opened in , took 7 years to build and is the length of 7 football pitches. The difference between river, estuary and firth MICHAEL Hance questions the use of the term "estuary" to describe the Forth Estuary (Letters, May 20). The answer is straightforward.

      THE CLYDE RIVER AND FIRTH - Munro, Neil. by Hunter, Mary Y. & Hunter, J. Young Author: Munro, Neil. Illustrated by: Hunter, Mary Y. & Hunter, J. Young. Almost very. Pipe Bridge over the River Clyde and Daldowie Doocot (geograph ).jpg 1, × 1,; KB Police boat on the Clyde (geograph ).jpg × ; KB Police boat on the Clyde (geograph ).jpg × ; KBInstance of: river.


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The Clyde, River and Firth book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. For this, one of a series of illustrated volumes, first publish Ratings: 0. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The Firth of Clyde is the mouth of the River Clyde and the deepest coastal waters in the British Isles, sheltered from the Atlantic Ocean by the Kintyre peninsula which encloses the outer firth in Argyll and Kilbrannan Sound is a large arm of the Firth of Clyde, separating the Kintyre Peninsula from the Isle river and firth book the Firth of Clyde is another major island – the Isle Basin countries: Scotland, United Kingdom.

The picturesque ruin of Carrick Castle at the mouth of Loch Goil has attracted visitors over the years. Hugh Macdonald in his classic book on the Clyde published inDays at the Coast, mentions the grandeur of the surroundings and the antiquity of the site. The photograph below by Annan of Glasgow comes from an edition of his book from   Home» Clyde River and Firth» Mr MacBrayne’s Gael The steamer Gael was built for the Campbeltown & Glasgow Steam Packet Company in by Messrs Robertson & Co.

of Greenock. Her early history can be found in two articles on the Company and on the Herald, river and firth book competitor that led to the introduction of the large, powerful Gael.

This book is a rich storehouse of facts geographical and historical, but it too shows "the Munro touch." We feel his joie de vivre and his innate love of his own corner of the world as he accompanies us from the river's source at Little Clyde Farm, past the orchards near Lanark, the shipyards of Glasgow, down to the Firth itself in its "doon.

The Clyde: River and Firth by Munro, Neil and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Firth of Clyde covers everything from the busy waters of the Firth of Clyde and River Clyde to the more remote areas of the wider estuary and connected lochs, including the protected and beautiful Kyles of Bute and Loch Riddon, Loch Fyne and the Crinan Canal.

Coverage then extends west and south to encompass North Channel and Solway Firth. The History and Stories of Clyde River () CuimhnichAir Na Daoine Bho'n D'thanaig Thu Never forget those you come from (Click on photos to enlarge them.) Landscape of Memories - Published inthis book features full-colour photography of Clyde River along with historical notes.

To purchase a copy, please contact [email protected] Firth of Clyde and East Coast of Holy Island, Arran - - jpg × ; 60 KB Firth of Clyde at Kilcreggan, with Waverley passing Loch 3, × 2,; MB Firth of Clyde 2, × 1,; KBBasin country: Scotland. Firth of Clyde – The Region View to the west: Cumbrae, Bute and Arran The Clyde offers a wide variety of sailing areas, ranging from long, narrow lochs extending north into the hills to the more open waters surrounding Arran in the south, to sheltered passages around the Isle of Bute and the Cumbraes.

The Islands of the Firth of Clyde are the fifth largest of the major Scottish island groups after the Inner and Outer Hebrides, Orkney and are situated in the Firth of Clyde between Ayrshire and Argyll and are about forty islands and skerries, of which only four are inhabited and only nine larger than 40 hectares (99 acres).

The largest and most populous are Arran and. Come aboard Clyde Cruises for some of the best tourist boat trips in Scotland. Cruise along the River Clyde, exploring its history and heritage. Take a trip around Aberdeen harbour and soak up the sights and sounds of a busy working port.

Head out to sea on a Dolphin Adventure Cruise or relax on the gentle waterways of the Caledonian Canal as.

This book will explore the history, culture and geography of the river, from its source, in the remote southern uplands, to the city of Glasgow via Scotland’s industrial heartland, and on to where it meets the sea in the beautiful Firth of Clyde rises in a relatively unknown, but ruggedly beautiful, part of the southern uplands.5/5(3).

Get this from a library. The River and Firth of Clyde, a selective bibliography. [Ben Cohen, F.R.C.S.]. Tour information. Sailing "doon the watter" has a long history in Glasgow, when the town's workers would escape by Clyde steamer from the factories and shipyards for a day trip full of fresh air and beautiful scenery or would head off for their holidays to Clyde resorts such as Rothesay and Dunoon.

This book is a rich storehouse of facts geographical and historical, but it too shows "the Munro touch". We feel his joie de vivre and his innate love of his own corner of the world as he accompanies us from the river's source at Little Clyde Farm, past the orchards near Lanark, the shipyards of Glasgow, down to the Firth itself in its "doon Pages: Inhe wrote The Clyde: River and Firth, an account of travelling the length of the river.

The book, long out of print, is newly republished by The Grimsay Press. Munro gives an account of. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.

Books Advanced Search Amazon Charts Best Sellers & more Top New Releases Deals in Books School Books Textbooks Books Outlet Children's Books Calendars & Diaries Advanced. Clyde Shipwrecks records the loss of over three hundred and fifty vessels and describes the location and condition of many of the wrecks today.

While written primarily for the sub-aqua diver, the book will also be of interest to sea anglers, steamer enthusiasts, shipping historians and anyone interested in the history of the River Clyde itself.

The Firth of CLyde. George Blake. Collins, - Clyde River (Scotland) - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. AUTHORS NOTE page.

The Clyde: River and Firth by Neil Munro Munro’s book is rich in historical and geographical information but his love of this part of the world shines through.

He starts from the river's source at Little Clyde Farm, past Lanark, the Glasgow shipyards, to the Firth itself, ending with the islands and Loch : Samuel Johnson, Queen Victoria, Neil Munro.The Firth o Clyde is a mukkil bodie o coastal wattir (a firth) on the wast coast o is beildit frae the Atlantic Ocean (til the wast) bi the Kintyre hauf-iland.

At its ooter mairch it is aboot 26 mile (42 km) wyd. At the northren end it brainches-af intil monie voes (lang, nairrae inlats)—thir includes Loch Fyne, Loch Goil, Loch Long an Loch Gare.