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Finding Our Way - A History of Scottish Maps and Mapping

Sat 7th Jul 2018 - Sun 2nd Sep 2018

Humankind has always created maps, from the earliest cave paintings to modern GPS technology people want to know where they are. The Watermill is pleased to present this collection of old maps and prints dating from a 1630s Hondius map of Shetland and Orkney to geological maps of the early 20th century. Classic mapmakers and cartographers represented include, Blaeu, Moll, Slezer, Hondius and Mercator. The maps presented in this collection are mainly original, including an original map of Braid Allaban (Breadalbane) by the great Dutch publisher Willem Blaeu. As part of the exhibition we have a fantastic half-price offer on these difficult to find atlases, beautifully reprinted by Birlinn: The Military Survey of Scotland 1747 -1755 by William Roy Bartholomew Atlas of 1912 and John Thomson's Atlas of 1832

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Finding Our Way - A History of Scottish Maps

Posted: Fri 31st Aug

This weekend is the last chance to see our very popular Maps and Mapping Exhibition in Aberfeldy. It ends on Sunday 2nd September but don't worry you haven't missed it completely! You will be able to see the collection of fascinating old maps in our sister shop, The Highland Bookshop in Fort William from Saturday 8th September.

Highland Bookshop Fort William

Posted: Tue 22nd Aug

Going West? The Highland Bookshop, a sister shop to The Watermill has just opened in Fort William. A joint venture between Watermill owners Jayne & Kevin Ramage and Lochaber author Angus MacDonald, it is the first dedicated bookshop in the town for many years. You can find out more on the Highland Bookshop Facebook page here.

Jamie Grant to open Winter Words 2017

Posted: Tue 31st Jan

Watermill Books author and photographer Jamie Grant is opening this year’s Winter Words Festival at Pitlochy Festival Theatre with an iillustrated account of the sub-Antarctic isle of South Georgia on the 16th of February. He spent the 2015-16 austral summer on the island as Artist in Residence for The South Georgia Heritage Trust (SGHT) and published ‘Summer in South Georgia,’ with Watermill Books in September 2016. Tickets can be booked via Pitlochry Theatre website.

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