We hold a wide range of books, maps and pamphlets about Aberfeldy and the surrounding area. If it is in print we aim to have it in stock!

Old Aberfeldy by Fiona Grant

59 photographs and notes covering Aberfeldy, Weem, Fortingall and Glenlyon.


In Famed Breadalbane by William Gilles

A history of the area from Roman times to the 1960's and especially the rise and fall of the Campbells

£20 hardback or £50 leatherbound


Out of Atholl by James Irvine Robertson

Out of Atholl - Voices from the Shadows of Schiehallion by James Irvine Robertson.

The story emerges through the chance survival of an archive of documents covering a dozen generations of a family that lived in Highland Perthshire.


Walks around Aberfeldy

Map with details of eight walks in Aberfeldy area.


Cupmarked Stones in Strathtay

Details more than 60 prehistoric cupmarked stones and their locations between Loch Tay and Grandtully.


Aberfeldy: The History of a Highland Community

Published by the Watermill Bookshop.

The result of two years research and writing by Ruary Mackenzie Dodds, this is a full-length history from the Ice Ages right up to 2010 and covering the area from Glen Lyon to Logierait.


Lost Perthshire by Ann Lindsay

In "Lost Perthshire", Ann Lindsay takes us on a fascinating journey through the lost architectural, geographical, industrial, and archaeological heritage of Perthshire. Perth has been the centre to a wide range of industries that flourished and then disappeared, including printing, ink making, book binding, boat building, glove making, salmon curing, textiles, bleaching, dyeing, cleaning and insurance (General Accident), many small whisky distilleries, newspapers and small shops. All of these were fed by a network of mountain passes, drove roads, military roads and bridges, ferries, a flourishing harbour, massive rail junction and a wartime aerodrome which have also vanished.


General Wade's Legacy


At last – a detailed and richly illustrated survey (book and map) of General Wade’s life work of military roads and bridges in Perthshire, including perhaps his most famous, Aberfeldy’s Wade Bridge.


Aberfeldy's Railway by CJ Stewart

Published by the Highland Railway Society, 64 pages with 46 illustrations and 8 maps. Written by an Aberfeldy-born author, this booklet gives a detailed history of Aberfeldy's link to the Highland Railway, which opened in 1865 and was closed by Beeching two months short of its centenary, in 1965. The booklet includes interviews with local people who remember using the railway and the part it played in the community.


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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.

Sunshine and snow

Posted: Sat 14th Jan

Life is good It's a wonderful crisp, sunny, snowy day here at The Watermill. The baristas are working to a soundtrack of mellow jazz and the coffee smells fantastic. People stamp the snow off their boots as they come in and either go down for a cup of something warming or upstairs for a wander through the gallery or set about having a serious browse among the books. A customer is in a comfy chair between the poetry section and Thrillers having a quiet read. Life is good!!

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