This evening, I am posting some images of this afternoon’s visit to Luss. This is a quaint heritage village having its origins as a community of workers for a nearby slate quarry but now used for social housing. The village also featured in a TV soap ‘Take the High Road’.

Here is a view down the main street towards Loch Lomond.

Luss is known for its very neat and colourful gardens. Here are a couple of images.

The village church. This dates from Victorian times but sits on a very ancient Christian site possibly dating back 1500 years.

Hogback grave marker in the churchyard which indicates links with the Viking era.

Here is a just-married couple having pictures taken.

View of Loch Lomond which vies with Loch Ness for largest loch status.

View from the end of Luss pier looking towards the village.

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