Corrour Bothy - Sources

Sources

  • Skea, William (July 1901), Cairngorm Club Journal, Number 17, Cairngorm Club, Aberdeen
  • Gordon, Seton (1948), Highways and Byways in the Central Highlands, MacMillan & Co. Ltd, London, England.
  • Watson, Adam (1975). The Cairngorms. Edinburgh: The Scottish Mountaineering Trust.
  • Dixon, P.J.; Green, S.T. (1995), Mar Lodge Estate Grampian : An Archaeological Survey, Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, Edinburgh
  • Taylor, G.A. (1950). "The Reconstruction of Corrour Bothy". Cairngorm Club Journal XVI (87).
  • Tait, Andrew (2006). "Report On Called-In Planning". Cairngorms National Park Authority. http://www.cairngorms.co.uk/resource/docs/boardpapers/11082006/CNPA.Paper.1532.Planning%20Committee.Planning.Paper..pdf.

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