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The number of people living in Glen Etive might be small, but the impacts of film crews using the location can impact residents daily lives, sometimes without warning.
A well-known local expert on Glencoe and its infamous massacre has rubbished plans by the National Trust for Scotland to excavate what the organisation has claimed are three ‘lost villages’.
A new and completely unique visitor experience will bring to life the stories of Glencoe and uncover the secret history of one of Scotland’s most spectacular and best loved landscapes.
The National Trust for Scotland officially opened its new visitor centre at Glencoe with a VIP event on Friday.
Following a recent excavation at the site of the Glencoe Massacre, head of archaeology for the National Trust for Scotland Derek Alexander, reflects on a successful week.
Little did the Pennsylvania relatives of Margaret Fay Shaw know when they packed her off to the home of her ancestors in Scotland to ‘sort her out’ as they called it, that the orphaned teenager would grow to become one of the world’s most celebrated photographers and cinematographers.