Dunkeld

Dunkeld (Scots: Dunkell, from Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Chailleann) is a small town in Strathtay, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It is about 15 miles north of Perth on the eastern side of the A9 road into the Scottish Highlands and on the opposite (north) side of the Tay from the Victorian village of Birnam. Dunkeld and Birnam share a railway station, (Dunkeld and Birnam railway station) on the Highland Main Line. Population 1,170 (2004).

On the western side of the A9 is The Hermitage, a National Trust for Scotland site. Dunkeld Cathedral is on the north bank of the River Tay.

Read more about DunkeldEarly History, The Middle Ages, The Battle of Dunkeld, Townscape, Surrounding Countryside, Hilton Dunkeld House, Map Reference

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