Keyword: Culbin Sands


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Salt Herring on Saturday: The Fishertown of Nairn Last Century.

By: Bochel, Margaret M.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: Tuckwell Press, 2004. 1862322465: 2004

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 506

ISBN: 1862322465

Condition: Very Good

Paperback in very good condition. First edition, ppvii, 95, b&w photographs and illustrations. With list of illustrations, introduction, appendix1: Nairn in the Moray Firth, Appendix 2: Culbin Sands and glossary.This book is about the fisher folk of Nairn in the 1920s and 1930s. They had a distinctive way of live, being to some extent detached from the rest of the townspeople by the nature of their exacting trade. They lived like a large family, observing a code of behaviour and set of customs and values prescribed by their seagoing forebears and handed down through generations. S8. View more info

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The Buried Barony.

By: MacGregor, Alasdair Alpin.

Price: £10.00

Publisher: Robert Hale, 1949.: 1949

Seller ID: 519

Condition: Very Good

Hardback in very good condition, in purple cloth cover, with gilt lettering, no dustwrapper, with previous owner's name on front end page, fading to the spine. With frontispiece photograph of a painting of the Culbin Sands in the Moray Firth. This book describes some of the less well known areas of Scotland, including Culbin Sands, Rothiemurchus, Kirk Yetholm, Corrieyarrick S8. View more info