Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Old Photograph Glendouglie Mill Scotland
Old photograph of Glendouglie Mill on the River Farg by Glenfarg, Perthshire, Scotland. Glenfarg is a small Scottish village in the Ochil Hills, South of Perth. The River Farg is a small tributary of the River Earn. Its source is located in Glen Farg reservoir; it winds round roads and farms, and has been forced in many places to change course due to human interference. It ends in a confluence where it joins the Earn. The name Farg means " wrathful " in Gaelic, referring to the force of the river when in spate.
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