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Thanks to all the people

Arthur Motley(The Dormant Distillery Co,Ltd)
Christine Logan (Lady of The Isles)
Dave Broom(Contributing Editer)
David C Doig (Fettercairn Distillery)
Donald A Renwick (MHD Diageo Moet Hennessy)
Duncan Forbes(Ferintosh)
Frank S. Mchardy (J&A Mitchell & Co.Ltd)
Ian Buxton(Pitlochry)
Jim McEwan (Bruichladdich Distillery Co.Ltd)
Mark Davidson (Cadenhead's)
Misako Udo(Edinburgh)
Richard Paterson (Whyte and Mackay Ltd)

Joan Porter( Ben Morven)
John & Jean Neilly (Glenmavis)
Mr. & Mrs.Bell (Glenaden)
Mr. & Mrs.Macgown (Ardenistiel)
Mr. &Mrs.MacPhee (Lossit)
Mr. &Mrs.Strachan (Millfield)
Mr.Andrew Saunders (Benachie)
Mr.Arthur Tolson (Longholm)
Mr.Brian Kidd (Stronachie)
Mr.James Stoddaer (Dalmore)
Mr.John & Mrs.Michele Seddon (Kilmaluag)
Mr.Matthew Yay Baillie (Muirheadstone)
Mrs.Jackie Stewart (Dalbuie)
Mrs.Margaret Taylor (Kilblaan)
Mrs.Mnairi MacPnerrson (Upper Barr)
Mrs.Rlovles (Glen Tarras)
Morag Miller(Geise Farm)

Local Studies Librarian Argyll &amdp; Bute Library Service
Argyll & Bute Council
Campbeltown Library
Aberdeen Library & Information Service.

The writers of reference documents
Alfred Barnard
Brian Townsend
David Stirk
Gavin D.Smith
John R.Hume
Mamoru Tsuchiya
Michael S.Moss
Misako Udo
Muneyuki Yoshimura
Neil Wilson.

Stillman's trace of his vision where the ancient rustle still remains.

Whisky distilleries that were born during the long history of Scotch which lasts more than 500 years of age are more than 760 starting that's recorded from the oldest Ferintosh. There are more if including illegal ones. Now there are only few that remain like the old days and most of them remain their name as farmlands and houses. This site reports the "Lost Distilleries" that was found all over Scotland. Please join the "Stillman's trace of his vision".
By the way, please contact us for any knowing you realize.

I'd like to thank for the support the local people have done and at the same time apologize for shooting pictures during your absence.



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