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Inveraray from the Bell Tower

The large white building on the right is Glenaray and Inveraray Parish Church, it used to have a stone spire in the centre of the roof but this was removed in 1941 after concerns that it was unsafe with the vibration of heavy traffic passing close by. The sandstone building behind the Church is the old Jail, now a museum. Map location

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