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Loch and Ben Lomond651 viewsA steamer on Loch Lomond, with Ben Lomond in the distance, circa 1912.
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Over the hill654 viewsHeading towards Loch Lomond from Coulport. image, date unknown, supplied by Gordon Fraser.
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Loch Lomond looking south668 viewsA view of Loch Lomond from the hill above Ardlui looking south, circa 1915.
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Loch Lomond 1901857 views
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Loch Lomond626 viewsAn aerial view of Loch Lomond, which is 23 miles long and, at its widest, five miles wide. To the left is the 3,192 feet Ben Lomond. Image circa 1982.
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Loch Lomond frozen726 viewsIn the extreme winter of 1895 Loch Lomond froze over, and thousands of people came to skate or walk over the loch. This image from C.R.Gilchrist, Photo Publishers, Alexandria, dates from that time.
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Loch Lomond islands625 viewsA view of the islands from above Luss, circa 1930.
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Loch Lomond road626 viewsA sharp bend on the A82 Loch Lomond road on the west side of the loch. Image circa 1950.
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Loch Long595 viewsAn old image of Loch Long, showing Glenmallan and its school on the right, taken by W.W.Kim. Image supplied by Winnie Miller, who thinks the boat is probably one used to recover torpedoes. Onn the left side, just above the sharp point of shoreline, is a direction-finding tower.
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Loch Long630 viewsA view of Loch Long from above Kilcreggan. Image circa 1960.
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Loch Sloy Dam672 viewsThe Loch Sloy Dam, near Tarbet. The UK's largest conventional hydroelectric power station, Sloy Power Station, takes water from Loch Sloy through four large pipes down the hillside giving a working height of 277 metres. Loch Sloy is fed by tunnels and aqueducts from a much larger area. The power station was opened in 1950 by the Queen Mother and was designed to provide power to Central Scotland at Scotland at times of peak demand. The station was refurbished in the late 1990s. Image date unknown.
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Luss Bay626 viewsA traditional view of Luss Bay and pier, with Ben Lomond beyond, circa 1902.
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