Ferries

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Ferries were an essential part of the transport network for the community, north, south and east.
Creran Ferry - There were crossings along the shores of Loch Creran at different places through the years : South Shian, Rhugarbh and Creagan

Etive Ferries -

  1. Connel Ferry - There was a crossing of Loch Etive at Connel; with the inns of Lochnell Arms and Dunstaffnage Arms providing cover and sustenance while waiting for the ferry.
  2. Loch Etive Ferry - And there was a ferry that served the whole Loch Etive and Glen Etive community from Achnacloich right up to the head of the loch at Dalness
  3. Bonawe Ferry : There was a crossing at Bonawe, from Eilean Duirinnis known as the "Penny Ferry".
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