Breadalbane


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Breadalbane

(brədăl`bĭn, brĕd–, –dôl`–), mountainous district, in the W Grampian Mts., NW Perth and Kinross and NE Stirling, central Scotland. The district, picturesque and sparsely cultivated, is the site of the Breadalbane hydroelectric power scheme (120-MW capacity).
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Ye've done well by me, David, first and last; and I wouldn't lose you for all Appin -- no, nor for Breadalbane.
The 300-year-old weapon belonged to the Earl of Breadalbane, who used it at the Battle of Sheriffmuir on November 13, 1715.
A maindoor flat in Breadalbane Terrace, off Dalry Road is going for offers over pounds 44,950.
Buildings in the Trossachs area include Glenbrauch House and Breadalbane Folklore Centre.
At the second transition point, at Breadalbane Academy in Aberfeldy, I dumped my beloved Kuota Karma bike and slipped on my Asics running shoes.
It is believed that Daniels, of Breadalbane Street, Glasgow, hanged himself at home hours before he was due in court.
It's an ideal place to stay if you want to take a trip up to the Trossachs and Breadalbane.
Lyell, of Breadalbane Street, Edinburgh, admitted dangerous driving.
Let the kids experience the history of the Vikings, vividly brought to life at the award-winning attraction Vikingar, or trace the story of Scotland's clans at Breadalbane Folklore centre.
The blaze started at the victim's flat in Breadalbane Street, Leith, late on Tuesday night.
8 million Perth to Breadalbane duplication, the largest safety upgrade project in the $500 million Midland Highway 10 Year Action Plan.
3 Today you can see them at Inverkeithing, North Berwick, Atholl & Breadalbane and Strathpeffer.