In this thought-provoking book James Miller tells the dramatic and sometimes surprisingly humorous story of travel and
transport in the Highlands. Some of the figures in the story are familiar - General George Wade, Thomas Telford and
Joseph Mitchell among them - but there are a host of others too, including the intrepid Lady Sarah Murray, who offered
sound advice for travellers ('Provide yourself with a strong roomy carriage, and have the springs well corded').
This will appeal to all who are interested in how changing modes of transport have affected the ways of life in the
Highlands and remain crucial to the modern life and the future of the region.