Binding 14 page stapled booklet. [Including the covers.]
Publisher Scotland: [Unknown] 1913.
Seller ID 005610
Front and rear cover in color. Inside rear is a color map/Advertisement for a rail tour. Each page of text describing travel routes and sight to see has b/w photo illustration. Light Handling wear. Date of 1913 established from advertisement of tour company advertisement. Each season a book/booklet was produced into the 1930’s. This is a very early example and not located in OCLC.
The Trossachs is a small woodland glen in the Stirling council area of Scotland. It lies between Ben A'an to the north and Ben Venue to the south, with Loch Katrine to the west and Loch Achray to the east. However, the name is used generally to refer to the wider area of wooded glens and braes with quiet lochs, lying to the east of Ben Lomond. The Lake of Menteith, in the strictest sense Scotland's only natural lake, lies about six miles (10 km) to the south east of the glen, on the edge of the Trossachs area.