Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Old Photograph Loch Nevis Lochaber Scotland


Old photograph of Loch Nevis in Lochaber, Scotland. Loch Nevis is sea loch which runs inland from the Sound of Sleat, and is bounded by the peninsula of Knoydart to the north and North Morar to the south. Two ferry services cross Loch Nevis. One, a small passenger ferry, links the town of Mallaig with the village of Inverie on Knoydart and the hamlet of Tarbet. The other, Knoydart Seabridge, a daily ferry service which can transport vehicles as well as passengers and equipment, sails directly between Mallaig and Inverie. The ferry operated by Caledonian MacBrayne to the Small Isles from Mallaig is named after the loch, the MV Lochnevis.



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