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Dalwhinnie Voices

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A wee walk round Dalwhinnie - slideshow with commentary

Picture added on 18 January 2011 at 16:53
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Ever wondered what life is like for children in such a remote community? We hope website fans enjoy this 'wee walk' with Dalwhinnie Primary School!

Don't forget you can upload your own Dalwhinnie pictures to this site - have you got any good snow shots of winter 2010/11?
Added by Verity Walker on 20 January 2011
Great walk round Dalwhinnie very interesting.
Added by Dylan Fox on 19 April 2012
Hya fantastic photos. My husband Graeme was a chef at the loch Ericht hotel in 1989 when Gavin and Stella managed the hotel. I used to get the train up from Glasgow at the weekend to see him. We had some great nights in the hotel bar when "toasty" worked their and at the Grampian hotel. Does Christ still live there her husband worked in the distillery and she had 3 daughters Kathleen was the oldest she worked in the Ben Alder with me when I moved there serving lorry drivers the lorries used to stop( if it wasn't snowing) I will look out my photos and see if I can up load them the views are spectacular.
Added by Fiona Noone on 31 July 2013
I have lived there and visited many times over the years as I have got older , the scenery is breathtaking and peacefully quiet, you can hear a pin drop most days, but sadly cannot visit so easily as I am now living and working in China
Added by Derek Anderson on 14 January 2014
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Added by Smithg513 on 22 August 2014
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Added by Smithb462 on 25 August 2014
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Added by Johnb617 on 25 August 2014
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Added by Johnb142 on 25 April 2015
loved the village when i worked at the grampian hotel.love the people i met and hope 2 visit 1 day after 17/18 years.
Added by Rab.finnie. on 26 November 2016
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Interviewees

Fara with parents, Wendy and Alan Bagatelle and other social clubs - Dalwhinnie in times gone byRon Mercer Iain Macdonald Ron MercerIan CunninghamJanet Dunkin The St BernardTom and Alison SheridanSheena Slimon