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All Tom Weir Posts


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Tom Weir | Men Of The Trees

Through two hikes 20-odd years apart, Tom Weir illustrates a glen changed forever, and the work of some to return it to its natural state Packing to drive north for Beauly […]

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Tom Weir | Shetland Folk

In the second in his 1979 two-parter on Shetland, Tom Weir got to know a few of the locals and heard of their history I am sure it is true […]

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Tom Weir | The Shetland Way

  The oil, the seabirds, and the joining of Norse and Scots heritage… Here, indeed, was wonderful luck — a spring-like morning of soft sunshine and we were booked in […]

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Tom Weir | Trossachs To Kintyre

  There is a very special kind of winter day when suddenly the countryside has a spring look. Everything seems to have a shine on it: beech bark, silver birch, […]

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Tom Weir | In Winter Hills

    The radio news sounded grim for travellers; warnings of black ice in the Lowlands ; Highland roads difficult with overnight snow and drifting expected… Sitting at home looking […]

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Tom Weir | Ailnack Gorges and Beyond

  In his first article of 1979, Tom Weir hikes through the Gorges of the Ailnack, gets caught up in controversy surrounding the Lochnagar corrie, and discovers a very unusual cairn… IT […]

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Tom Weir | Island of Looms

  In his last column from 1978, Tom Weir follows the history of Harris Tweed and supported the creation of the Friends of Loch Lomond group… It’s many a year […]

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Tom Weir | On Top Of The Bass

A visit to the Bass Rock for Tom Weir was full of the tales of witches and escaped prisoners – and, of course, the cries of gannets… To make a landing on […]

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Tom Weir | Off The Beaten Track

Waking up on Loch Tayside and looking on Ben Lawers pin-sharp under crisp billows of white clouds moving over its grey top was to have an immediate feeling of wellbeing, especially […]

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