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Brodick with snow-capped Goat Fell in distance.

This evening, I am focusing on Brodick, principal town on the Isle of Arran with population of less than 1000.. The name ‘Brodick’ is derived from the Old Norse for broad bay and points to the period up to the mid-13th century when large tracts of the West of Scotland were under Norwegian control.

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Isle of Arran (distance) from mainland Scotland

This evening, I am posting information on the Isle of Arran which lies off the coast of S.W. Scotland and is accessed via ferry from the port of Ardrossan.

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Loch Tay (north) from Kenmore

This evening, I am posting information on the Loch Tay area in Perthshire, central Scotland.

This Loch lies at an approximately 45 degree angle with Killin at south and Kenmore, near Aberfeldy at northern end.Kenmore is about seventy-seven miles north of Glasgow.

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