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TITLE
On the Corran Ferry, Loch Linnhe
EXTERNAL ID
PC_WDOWNIE_025
PLACENAME
Corran
DISTRICT
Ardnamurchan
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ARGYLL: Ardgour
DATE OF IMAGE
1969
PERIOD
1960s
SOURCE
W Downie
ASSET ID
30202
KEYWORDS
ferries
drovers
ferry boats
On the Corran Ferry, Loch Linnhe

The Corran Ferry crosses the Corran Narrows in Loch Linnhe, nine miles south of Fort William. The eastern slipway at Nether Lochaber links with the A82 north to Fort William, or south to Ballachulish and Glencoe. The western slipway at Ardgour provides direct access to Ardnamurchan, Morvern and Moidart. The ferry is on an ancient drove route to Central Scotland and is one of the few crossings still in operation today

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On the Corran Ferry, Loch Linnhe

ARGYLL: Ardgour

1960s

ferries; drovers; ferry boats

W Downie

The Corran Ferry crosses the Corran Narrows in Loch Linnhe, nine miles south of Fort William. The eastern slipway at Nether Lochaber links with the A82 north to Fort William, or south to Ballachulish and Glencoe. The western slipway at Ardgour provides direct access to Ardnamurchan, Morvern and Moidart. The ferry is on an ancient drove route to Central Scotland and is one of the few crossings still in operation today