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Travel | Alternative Britain

Hidden Truths in the Lie of the Land

How landscape reveals Britain’s exotic past

The road to Lochinver (Photos and montage by author)

I spent an hour or two barreling around the monadnocks of Sutherland in a post-bus once. It was a bright March day, with a fresh covering of snow and I was on my way to the Northwest Highlands, heading towards not only the top left-hand corner of Scotland…




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