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Loch Katrine Collection

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: Highland Hut, Loch Katrine, October 1844. Creator: William Henry Fox Talbot

Highland Hut, Loch Katrine, October 1844. Creator: William Henry Fox Talbot
Highland Hut, Loch Katrine, October 1844

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: Loch Katrine Pier, Scene of the Lady of the Lake, October 1844

Loch Katrine Pier, Scene of the Lady of the Lake, October 1844

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: The Spot an Angel Deigned to Grace - Loch Katrine, Scotland, c1930s. Creator: Unknown

The Spot an Angel Deigned to Grace - Loch Katrine, Scotland, c1930s. Creator: Unknown
" The Spot an Angel Deigned to Grace" - Loch Katrine, Scotland, c1930s. Freshwater lake in the Trossachs of the Scottish Highlands. From " Tour of the World"

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: Loch-Kaitrin, West-End, 1802. Creator: Unknown

Loch-Kaitrin, West-End, 1802. Creator: Unknown
Loch-Kaitrin, West-End, 1802. [Messrs Longman & Rees, London, 1802]

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: Loch-Kaitrin, East-End, 1802. Creator: Unknown

Loch-Kaitrin, East-End, 1802. Creator: Unknown
Loch-Kaitrin, East-End, 1802. [Messrs Longman & Rees, London, 1802]

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: Silver Strand, Loch Katrine, c1870

Silver Strand, Loch Katrine, c1870. Silver Strand on the shores of Loch Katrine in Perthshire, Scotland. From " Picturesque Europe - The British Isles, Vol. II"

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: Steam yacht on Loch Katrine, Scotland. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Steam yacht on Loch Katrine, Scotland. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
Steam yacht on Loch Katrine, Scotland. The freshwater loch near Stirling serves as a reservoir for the city of Glasgow. It features in Sir Walter Scotts The Lady of the Lake. Stereoscopic card detail

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: Loch Katrine, Scotland

Loch Katrine, Scotland. View of the walk by the shore. This fresh-water lake is used as a reservoir for the city of Glasgow. The works was opened by Queen Victoria in 1859

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: Queen Victoria opening Glasgow waterworks at Loch Katrine, Scotland, 1859

Queen Victoria opening Glasgow waterworks at Loch Katrine, Scotland, 1859. This fresh-water lake is used as a reservoir for the city of Glasgow

Background imageLoch Katrine Collection: Ellens Isle, Loch Katrine, Scotland, late 19th century. Artist: John L Stoddard

Ellens Isle, Loch Katrine, Scotland, late 19th century. Artist: John L Stoddard
Ellens Isle, Loch Katrine, Scotland, late 19th century. View of the freshwater loch near Stirling, reservoir for the city of Glasgow, and the lake of Sir Walter Scotts The Lady of the Lake


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