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Amulree is located in Perth and Kinross
Amulree shown within Perth and Kinross
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56°30′27″N 3°48′18″W / 56.507424°N 3.805131°W / 56.507424; -3.805131Coordinates: 56°30′27″N 3°48′18″W / 56.507424°N 3.805131°W / 56.507424; -3.805131

Amulree (Scottish Gaelic: Àth Maol Ruibhe, 'Ford of [St.] Maelrubha') is a small hamlet in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It lies in hilly country on the A822 road, 1 km east of Loch Freuchie in Strathbraan, 8 km west of Dunkeld and 10 km north of Crieff.[1]

Its parish church contains copies of records of the large number of people who stayed there prior to mass emigration - mostly to North Easthope, Canada - in the early 19th Century. The church is linked with Aberfeldy Parish Church. An interesting history "Amulree and its Church" was written by a resident Nancy Enniskillen in 1990. A notable minister was James McLagan. The river Braan flows past Amulree from Loch Freuchie.

Amulree and Strathbraan Church

Popular culture

Amulree is mentioned in the song Drover Road by the Western group Cowboy Celtic.[2]


  1. ^ "Pitlochry and Crieff", Ordnance Survey Landranger Map (B2 ed.), 2008, ISBN 0-319-22985-8 
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