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Inveraray Tour Scotland

Sunday, May 18, 2008

This evening I am presenting some images taken during my recent tour of the West including Inveraray.

The delightful little town of Inveraray is located in Argyll on the banks of Loch Fyne. The town is most noteworthy for the nearby Inveraray Castle, a neo gothic structure which dates from 1745 and is the seat of the Chief of Clan Campbell, namely the Duke of Argyll.

Featured in the image below is the Arctic Penguin which is one of the world's last iron sailing ships and now permanently moored as a maritime museum.

Here is the heart of the 18th century planned village of Inveraray.

Overall, Inveraray is well worth a visit during a visit to the West of Scotland. To the north is the historic Kilmartin Glen and Oban and ferry routes to the islands. To the South is Knapdale and the Kintyre Peninsula with Campbelltown at the foot.


posted by Catswhiskers @ 1:48 PM 


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