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Steamer entering Caledonian Canal from Loch Ness
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Loch Ness
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Highland Libraries
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canals
waterways
Steamer entering Caledonian Canal from Loch Ness

Caledonian Canal.

This magnificent product of modern engineering stretches across the entire width of Scotland, and, by connecting the various lochs which are contained in what is known as the Great Glen of Scotland, affords complete water connection between Inverness on the east coast to Fort William on the west. The lochs which make up the chain are Loch Ness, Oich and Loch Lochy

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Steamer entering Caledonian Canal from Loch Ness

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Caledonian Canal. <br /> <br /> This magnificent product of modern engineering stretches across the entire width of Scotland, and, by connecting the various lochs which are contained in what is known as the Great Glen of Scotland, affords complete water connection between Inverness on the east coast to Fort William on the west. The lochs which make up the chain are Loch Ness, Oich and Loch Lochy