Ogles of Scotland

Glen Ogle -- Old Railway Viaduct, Glen Ogle    by ©2014 Gazetteer for Scotland

 A deeply cut valley extending northwestwards for 7 miles (11 km) to the Lix Toll from Lochearnhead in Stirling Council Area, Glen Ogle contains within its narrow bounds the River Ogle, the main A85 road to Oban and Fort William and the remains of a railway line that used to extend to Crianlarich. This railway now forms a walking and cycle route. At the head of the glen is Lochan Lairig Cheile. The present road supersedes an older military road built in 1749 by Major Caulfield, a successor to the road-building General Wade. Queen Victoria referred to Glen Ogle as "Scotland's Khyber Pass".

Found at the University of Edinburgh


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Biodiversity, Wildlife & Ecosystem Health (Online Distance Learning)

Sharron Ogle (Programme Director) Email: web.onlinemsc@ed.ac.uk: Address: Postgraduate Office College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine Chancellor's ... Found at the University of Edenburough

Catalogue entry - Indenture by Cuthbert Ogle, rector of the parish ...

Indenture by Cuthbert Ogle, rector of the parish church of Forde, John Heron, Roger Lilburne, and Thomas Manne, chaplain, granting to Thomas Strother, ...

Details of Parish of Innerwick

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Long Craig; Needle Hill; Ogle Burn; Oldhamstocks Burn; Outer Bush; Peat Law; Reef, The; Rough Cleugh Burn; Saddle Hill; Sheeppath Glen; Skateraw Harbour ...
 
Graver, Bruce. 'Wordsworth, Scott, and the Stereographic Picturesque', Literature Compass, 6.4 (2009), 896-926.

Examines the relationship between nineteenth-century stereo photography and the picturesque tradition. Charts how early landscape stereographers like George Washington Wilson and Thomas Ogle extensively photographed scenes associated with the life and works of William Wordsworth and Walter Scott, creating a photographic iconography of these authors that is an essential, and as yet largely unwritten, part of their reception history.