Loch Creran

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The link below is a lovely guide to the unique and fascinating marine environment of this very special loch.
https://www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/sites/default/files/planning-and-environment/Loch%20Creran%20Guide.pdf

In the 1880's William Anderson Smith was living at Rhugarbh and writing for the Glasgow Herald. He was a keen observer of the places around him, as well as an Oyster Culturalist, Journalist and Author, and these articles became 2 books
One is | Loch Creran: Notes from the West Highlands published in 1887 - link opens to the book in archive.org

images of the structures and burial ground Cladh Churiollan and Ardnacloich on the side of Loch Creran (J M Briscoe)
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gallery of images of old settlement / township of Cladh Churiollan and Ardnacloich; at head of Loch Creran by J M Briscoe

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