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A Royal Yacht, a Brunel Bridge, Killin, & Loch Tay

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Lock Tay

Loch Tay from private beach in Morenish

Lock Tay power boat

A power boat centre enjoys the unusually flat conditions

Lock Tay evening mist

Evening mist settles over the waters

Killin over Lock Tay

Killin pronounced kill-in

Clan Macnab Burial Ground, entrance

The the ancient ancestral burial ground of Clan MacNab is at the falls of Dochart

Sounds morbid but the Inchbuie Island adapted from the Scottish Gaelic: Innis Buidhe (Yellow Island) is a beautiful enchanting setting

Clan Macnab Burial Ground, mausoleum

The mausoleum

Damp ground growth

The damp sahdy conditions promote moss & fungi growth

Clan Macnab Burial Ground, naive bust

With 18th century naive busts

Clan Macnab Burial Ground, walled section

14 important MacNab lie within the walls 9 of which were Chiefs

Clan Macnab Burial Ground, gravestones

Outside more graves among them Clan Chiefs

Clan Macnab Burial Ground, gravestone

Scottish Gaelic text

Clan Macnab Burial Ground, exit

Leaving the grounds find out more from Clan MacNab & the 23rd Chiefs Site

Fingal's Stone, Killin

'Fingal's Stone' at Killin dates from the Bronze age it's said to be the last resting place of Fingal leader of the Fiann a band of great & heroic warriors

Model Climbers, Killin

Shop front tribute to the mountain rescue teams based in the village

Forest track above Killin

Forest above Killin

Fort William Centre

Fort William Cente

Fort William Waterfront

Fort William Waterfront

West Loch Tay

Western Loch Tay

West Loch Tay, flying boat

A locally based amphibious plane over the Loch

West Loch Tay

Find out more about Killin

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