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Rowing and sculling on the River Clyde at Glasgow is an activity which has been formalised for at least 150 years using a course between the Tidal Weir at Glasgow Green and Belvidere Straight. Sculling is not permitted in the commercial river channel between Greenock and Glasgow

Glenfinnan is a popular tourist destination known for (a) the Glenfinnan Viaduct ( aka Harry Potter Bridge), landing place of Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1745 and regular crossings of the viaduct by the Jacobite Express (aka Harry Potter Train). The Viaduct is the world’s first such structure built of concrete.

This morning, we departed Kyleakin, Skye and embarked on a trip to Luss, Loch Lomond. Journey entailed a ferry crossing to Mallaig then, Glenfinnan, Fort William and Glencoe.