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Digital Subscriptions > The Oban Times & Lochaber Times > 29th March 2018 > The deer stalker’s chief mourner

The deer stalker’s chief mourner

The Old Shepherd’s Chief Mourner,
Photograph the Victoria and Albert Museum

THE A82, where it runs alongside the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond between Ardlui and Tarbet, is such a busy and potholed road these days, that you dare not risk taking your eyes off it even for a second. But if you are travelling south and the traffic is light, ask one of your passengers to look out for an upright stone standing a little way away from the carriageway, a few hundred yards before the Inveruglas visitor centre and the spectacular Loch Sloy power station.

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