Loch Fyne, Argyllshire
Taken from over the pier, looking up the main street.
Some newer photos to replace the ones taken on film many years ago.
This is looking south with Inveraray Jail - it's a tourist attraction - the church and the main street all in one shot, along with part of Front Street.
The masts in the bottom left are of the “Arctic Penguin” tied up to the pier, now sadly closed as a tourist attraction and up for sale.
The Main Street, Front Street, the bell-tower, Argyll Hotel, The Avenue etc.
Taken in late afternoon spring light looking south-west.
A closer view of the Argyll Hotel and the Inveraray Woollen Mill.
The archway to the left leads into The Avenue and the one to the right is the main road north, the A819 up the east side of Loch Awe to the A85.
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