Monday, 3 July 2017
Old Photograph Post Office And Hotel In Finavon Scotland
Old photograph of the Post Office and hotel in Finavon village located on the southern side by the River South Esk, five miles North East of Forfar in Angus, Scotland. The South Esk, Scottish Gaelic: Easg Dheas, is a river that rises in the Grampian Mountains at Loch Esk in Glen Doll and flows through Glen Clova to Strathmore at Cortachy, three miles north of Kirriemuir. Its course takes it past Brechin and enters the North Sea at Montrose. The river gives its name to the title of Earl of Southesk, held by the Carnegie family.
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