Ross and Cromarty with the gently rolling farmlands of the Black Isle and Easter Ross. Its mountainous interior culminates in the stunning Torridon Hills to the west. The Isle of Lewis was also part of it until the local government re-organisation of the 1970s. Though Stornoway was the largest settlement, Dingwall was the county town. Other settlements include the historic town of Tain, the ferry terminal of Ullapool, and Invergordon where oil rigs are serviced and ocean liners dock.
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