Yorkshire, Part 1

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Dulau & Company, 1897 - Yorkshire (England) - 137 pages
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Page 21 - For situation the Royal is probably unequalled in the North of Devon, and from its size and the admirable way in which it is fitted out must be regarded as one of the best Hotels in the West of England.
Page 56 - Hotel has an unrivalled situation, and is very suitable as a centre i from which the most beautiful scenery in North Wales may be visited. It is near the Station, to which it has a private road. The coaches for Llanberis, Beddgelert, and Bangor, start daily from the Hotel.
Page 61 - CASTLE, etc. This is also the most convenient resting-place for breaking the long railway journey to and from the North of Scotland.
Page 4 - KINGDOM. Holders of Tourist Tickets are allowed to break their journey at several stations en route, and visit at their leisure places of interest in the vicinity. The...
Page 77 - Coaches direct for the far-famed Glencroe, Inveraray, and Oban, will commence running on 1st June. Tourists en route for Trossachs and Callander...
Page 78 - Drumnadrochit are unrivalled for beauty, variety, and extent, while in the immediate vicinity is scenery made famous by Phillips, Millais, Shirley Brooks, John Bright, and others. Within convenient distances are Urquhart Castle, Falls of Dhivach, Dog Falls, and the famous Glen Affric and Strathglass.
Page 71 - I'm the sovereign of Scotland, And mony a traitor there ; Yet here I lie in foreign bands, And never-ending care ! " But as for thee, thou false woman, My sister and my fae, Grim vengeance yet shall whet a sword That thro...
Page 69 - The extensive additions are now completed, having added fifty rooms, with numerous suites of apartments for families, and all handsomely refurnished throughout. It is now the largest and best appointed Hotel in Inverness, and universally acknowledged one of the most comfortable in Scotland. MAGNIFICENT LADIES' DRAWING-ROOM, OVERLOOKING THE RIVER NESS.
Page 6 - FAST STEAMERS SAIL from and to CRAIGENDORAN PIER in connection with the Company's trains, which run alongside the pier; thereby affording convenient access to the various Watering Places on the Clyde, Greenock, the Gareloch, Loch Goil, Loch Long, Holy Loch, the Kyles of Bute, the Islands of Bute and Arran, &c. These Steamers also connect during the summer with the "Columba," "lona," "Lord of the Isles,
Page 136 - Then in broad lustre shall be shown That mighty trench of living stone, And each huge trunk that, from the side, Reclines him o'er the darksome tide, Where Tees, full many a fathom low, Wears with his rage no common foe ; For pebbly bank, nor sand-bed here, Nor clay-mound, checks his fierce career, Condemn'd to mine a channell'd way, O'er solid sheets of marble grey.

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