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Islands of the Clyde


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Islands of the Clyde by Bridget Paterson
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When is an island not an island? When it is a sunken sugar ship. The river, estuary and firth of the Clyde snakes from upper Lanarkshire to Aisla Craig and contains many islands, some beautiful, some neglected and some downright bizarre. This book examines the individual identity of each island and offers a fascinating introduction to this diverse area of Scotland. From airport to Buddhist retreat, bird sanctuary to holiday destination, the islands of the Clyde are certainly varied and often prove surprising. The Islands of the Clyde

Author Biography

Bridget Paterson was born in Yorkshire and studied history at the University of Leicester and has lived in Scotland since 1997. She currently lives in Colintraive, where she is active numerous local community activities, including the Bute Outdoor Centre's campaign to raise funds for the building of a centre for the disabled and their families. She has written widely on Argyll. Her book, Glendaruel and Colintraive: A Small Country, was published by Birlinn in autumn 2004.
Release date Australia
January 1st, 2001
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations, maps
Birlinn Ltd
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