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Whistlefield Station463 viewsA view of Whistlefield Station, with Loch Long and Loch Goil in the background. Date unknown.Dec 28, 2007
Rosneath shore405 viewsA sketch of the shore at Rosneath. Date unknown.Dec 27, 2007
Ross's Hotel502 viewsRoss's Hotel in Arrochar, Ashfield House, Jenniville, Prospect House, Prospect View and Prospect Bank all belonged to the Ross family. The old Ross's Hotel, which was a small temperance hotel built in the 1870s by Alexander Ross, has now changed its name to the Loch Long Hotel and grown in size to dominate the village landscape. Image circa 1907.Dec 27, 2007
Tarbet pier351 viewsA Loch Lomond steamer leaves Tarbet pier. Date unknown.Dec 27, 2007
West seafront977 viewsLooking west from the pier, with some youngsters paddling. Date unknown.Dec 27, 2007
Loch Lomond357 viewsView of the loch from above Luss. Date unknown.Dec 27, 2007
Luss village336 viewsView of the main street from the pier, circa 1932.Dec 27, 2007
Luss village334 viewsVillage scene, date unknown.Dec 27, 2007
Luss village349 viewsThe main street looking towards Loch Lomond, circa 1925.Dec 27, 2007
PS Juno480 viewsOriginally ordered by South of England owners, the 592-ton Juno was built by Clydebank Engineering and Shipbuilding (formerly Thomson) in 1898. She was based at Ayr, where this picture was taken circa 1922, and used for excursions. During World War One she was requisitioned as a minesweeper on the Firth of Forth as HMS Junior. After the war she was based again at Ayr and was there until the end of the 1931 season, before being scrapped the following year.Dec 27, 2007
Ardenconnel House1089 viewsA B-listed mansion in Rhu, built by the Buchanan family in the late 18th century. Ardenconnel was one of the principal estates of the old parish of Row. It was bought in 1899 by the Countrywide Holidays Association, and by 1908 could accommodate 120 guests. The CHA is the oldest walking holiday company in the country, set up in 1893 to encourage participation in, and enjoyment of, the countryside, and to this day, while no longer operating walking holidays, is still working hard to fulfil the vision of founder the Rev T.A.Leonard. The mansion was later converted into modern flats. Image circa 1905.Dec 27, 2007
Kidston view769 viewsA view of the Gareloch from Kidston Park, circa 1939.Dec 27, 2007
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