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  1. "Not all that long ago, when children were even smaller and people had especially hairy knees, there lived an old man of Lochnagar." Written by HRH the Prince of Wales, before he became King Charles III, this timeless adventure is filled with wild imagination, invention and storytelling joy.

  2. The Lochnagar and the Y Sap mines were "overcharged" to ensure that large rims were formed from the disturbed ground. Communication tunnels were also dug for use immediately after the first attack, including a tunnel across no man's land to a point close to the Lochnagar mine, ready to extend to the crater after the detonation as a covered route.

  3. Photographs replaced the drawings in the 1930s, and the Striding Man was miniaturised to a coloured logo in 1939; it first appeared on the Johnnie Walker labels in 1960. In the late 1990s, the direction of the Striding Man was reversed as part of a "Keep Walking" campaign. The Striding Man icon was most recently redrawn in 2015.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › LochnagarLochnagar - Wikipedia

    It is also the setting for a children's story, The Old Man of Lochnagar, originally told by Prince Charles. The poet Lord Byron spent time in the area in his youth, and wrote the poem, Lachin y Gair (also known as Dark Lochnagar), which also forms the basis of a song: England! thy beauties are tame and domestic,

  5. Lochnagar is one of the most celebrated of the Munros, a pointed summit rising high above one of Scotland's most beautiful corries. It was also featured in a poem by Lord Byron, ending with the following lines:England thy beauties are tame and domesticTo one who has roved on the mountains afarOh! For the crags that are wild and magesticThe steep frowning glories of dark Lochnagar.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ben_NevisBen Nevis - Wikipedia

    The view from the UK's highest point is extensive. Under ideal conditions, it can extend to over 190 kilometres (120 mi), including such mountains as the Torridon Hills, Morven in Caithness, Lochnagar, Ben Lomond, Barra Head and to Knocklayd in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Observatory

  7. Glenmorangie 10 yo 1982/1992 (58.8%, OB, cask #5341) I have to admit a soft spot for these totally gorgeous old Glenmorangie single cask labels.