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AN T-SREANG Continued An Tsreang Contd. [Continued] [Continued from page 13]
rises for about a mile till the summit is attained where the water pursues opposite directions. It then gradually falls for the remainder of its length till it joins "Glen Douglas" at Invergroin. The hills on each side are very steep and high and occasionally rocky. Two considerable streams pursue opposite directions through it but neither of them bears a name. The name, An Tsreang, signifies line or cord.

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Co [County] Dumbarton

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