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Lochgilphead, Loch Fyne

Lochgilphead lies at the head of Loch Gilp, a small loch off Loch Fyne. It was a planned town laid out in 1790. This picture was taken on a damp early autumn morning and doesn't really do the place justice. The town is a welcome stop for the traveller on the long journey from Glasgow to Campletown.

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