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Loch Duich

This postcard shows a view of Loch Duich in Wester Ross. The loch is formed from the south eastern branch of nearby Loch Alsh and extends from Shiel Bridge to the village of Dornie. In the background are the mountain peaks known as 'The Five Sisters'. They rise above Glen Sheil at the head of Loch Duich and are called Sgurr na Mòraich (876m), Sgurr nan Saighead (929m), Sgurr Fhuaran (1068m), Sgurr na Carnach (1002m) and Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe (1027m)

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Loch Duich

ROSS

1960s

postcards; Five Sisters; Glen Shiel; Sgurr Moraich; Sgurr nan Saighread; Sgurr Phuaran; Sgurr na Carnach; Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe; Munros; lochs; mountains; Lochalsh

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This postcard shows a view of Loch Duich in Wester Ross. The loch is formed from the south eastern branch of nearby Loch Alsh and extends from Shiel Bridge to the village of Dornie. In the background are the mountain peaks known as 'The Five Sisters'. They rise above Glen Sheil at the head of Loch Duich and are called Sgurr na Mòraich (876m), Sgurr nan Saighead (929m), Sgurr Fhuaran (1068m), Sgurr na Carnach (1002m) and Sgurr na Ciste Duibhe (1027m)