War Memorial on Main Road, Tabert
Situated by the Main Street, overlooking East Loch Tarbert. The memorial is a castle-like structure in a garden. Many WW1 names are inscribed on three plaques. Of the 112 names only 10 do not begin with the latter M. Four-sided turreted tower. Two-stepped base surmounted by granite pedestal and tower. Tower supporting castellated turret with flag pole. Panels with names for WW1 were set into all sides of tower. Bronze plaque with WW2 dedication set onto 6 o’clock face of pedestal. Additional bronze plaques with WW2 names in raised lettering on unknown face(s) of tower.
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PS. I am busy saving for a few upcoming Landscape Photography Trips to Scotland, Namibia, a few road trips in the USA including Route 66, and a few local National Parks and Botanical gardens in South Africa. The most important trip is honoring my promise to Dad to return to Scotland and capture the beautiful landscapes and Puffins. Your help to make these trips a reality would be much appreciated in today’s economy.