Who'd have thought it! In the wilds of nowhere near Crieff exists the oldest library. The infectious enthusiasm of the volunteers would get anyone interested in the books, but then you can handle and read them! Nothing is out of reach so you can read about torture, the science of facial lines and old gazetteers by turning your own pages. Shut in the winter, but worth a longish detour. Do go.
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