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Pictures by David McConnell Hunter
Tom Weir's Country

In memory of the late Tom Weir who passed away at the age of 91 on July 6, 2006, here are a few photographs taken around Tom's home base of Gartocharn on the south shore of Loch Lomond. The selection includes a number of views of Tom's favourite hills -- the Campsie Fells. Located just north of Glasgow, these hills introduced Tom to a lifetime of outdoor adventure.


Tom Weir

Loch Lomond near Tom's home in Gartocharn

Loch Lomond from the Kilpatrick Hills.
The small hill (lower left) is Duncryne, which Tom used to climb every day.

The Campsie Fells from the Deil's Craig Dam near Mugdock

The Campsie Fells from Fintry

Duntreath Castle in the Blane Valley

Dumgoyne Hill from the West Highland Way

Dumgoyach Hill in the Blane Valley

The Blane Valley and the Campsies

Pastoral scene near Campsie Glen

Highland Cow near Fintry

Sheep grazing near Fintry. Ben Lomond
in the distance.

The Campsies on a Summer's evening -- view from Auchineden

Loch Lomond evening -- view from the Whangie in the Kilpatrick Hills

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