Inveraray Town - Argyll & Bute
Looking south-west towards Front Street in late spring light.
Taken from over the pier, looking up the main street. Some newer photos to replace the ones
taken on film many years ago, one of which is below.
The Loch Fyne Oyster Bar is10 minutes north and can be seen here:
Loch Fyne Oyster Bar
From more overhead.
A closer view of the Argyll Hotel and the Inveraray Woolen Mill.
The building with the grey stone entrance and arched windows is the local
tourist information office for help with accommodation and places to visit.
The central three archways lead 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 just west of Dalmally.
All the above were taken in late afternoon spring light looking south-west.
This is looking south with Inveraray Jail - it's a tourist attraction - on
the left with the flags flying, the church in the middle of the road and the
main street all in one frame, along with part of Front Street.
The Main Street, round the church and on along the lochside is the A83 south.
There's now a Co-op store - with charging points - at the south end of
The Avenue, at the top centre of this image.
An earlier image taken on film in high summer.
Inveraray is an ideal spot for tourist shopping. Woolens, tartans, whisky
and wee plastic dolls wearing kilts. Oh, and good food outlets.