Old Photograph Woman And Her Dog Pier Strone Scotland

Old photograph of a woman and her dog on the pier in Strone near Dunoon, Scotland. This Scottish village is located at the point where the north shore of the Holy Loch becomes the west shore of the Firth of Clyde. The name comes from the Scottish Gaelic for nose, and applies to the hill above the village as well as to Strone Point. It adjoins the settlement of Kilmun on the loch, and the village of Blairmore on Loch Long. It used to have its own pier and was a regular stop for the Clyde steamer services.

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