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Re: Ordinary streets once par…
by ajuk View the latest post
Sun Sep 19, 2021 02:18
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Ballachulish Bridge :
For centuries, ferries had plied the narrows of Loch Leven between North and South Ballachulish. The existence of the Loch Leven and Ballachulish Hotels is evidence enough for this, but on top of that we have the slipways, queuing space and Old Ferry Road on the northern shore.
Until c1914, there was no other way to cross the loch, except the ancient and decrepit Old Military Road from Kingshouse on Rannoch Moor to Fort William, but before and during the First World War, the new road round
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