Welcome to Appin of Yesteryear - restoring past times to a present day

"The restrained wilderness of Appin where nature has distributed with a bountiful hand, everything that is calculated to form a truly Highland scene." Rev. Ian Carmichael

Welcome to the Appin website of yesteryear, restoring past times to a present day."

Please feel free to browse through the galleries and collection of archives, capturing a glimpse of Appin from days gone by. If you have any pictures, memories, notes, facts, corrections etc that you would like to share, please click here or add to the Forum.

"Appin is a coastal rural village situated on the West of Scotland in Argyll. Its boundaries lie along the shore of Loch Creran and the ancient hill formations of Morven tower over Loch Linnhe, with the Isle of Lismore in view. The famous Castle Stalker, guarding the entrance to Loch Laich, was the one time home of the Stewarts of Appin. Steeped in history, Appin has a very vibrant past, stretching back to times immemorial."

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