National Geographic : 1936 Apr
Photograph by Cecil Meredith FROM PLOTTING PAGAN STARS THIS BLOCK TURNS TO MARKING A "SCOTTISH MILE" A student of archeology here chalks the cup-marks on an old milestone near Callander to aid the photographer. Probably used by the Picts in pagan sacrifices, the carvings resemble, though closely spaced, stars in the Great Dipper. Photograph byMaynard Owen Williams NOT HANDWRITING ON THE WALL, BUT SIGNS OFTHE TIMES INDUNDEE Swarthy Bengalis now weave much ofthejute onwhich Dundee's early fortunes were founded. Foraslittle as$1.90, onecanride anywhere inthis restricted area of bonnie Scotland.