Thursday, 27 July 2017

Old Photograph Lower Falls of Falloch Scotland

Old photograph of the Lower Falls of Falloch, a waterfall and local beauty spot along the A82 road, three miles from the village of Crianlarich, Scotland. Gaelic: Eas Falach, means Hidden waterfall. Crianlarich has been a major crossroads for north and west bound journeys in the Highlands of Scotland since mediaeval times. In the 1750s, two military roads met in the village; in the 19th century, it became a railway junction on what is now the West Highland Line; in the 20th century it became the meeting point of the major A82 and A85 roads. As such, it is designated a primary destination in Scotland, signposted from as far as Glasgow and Paisley in the south, Perth, Perthshire, in the east, Oban in the west and Fort William in the north.

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