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Inverlochy Castle

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Inverlochy Castle
Highlands - Fort William, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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Inverlochy Castle is a ruined medieval fortress on the banks of the River Lochy about a mile north east of Fort William. This was one of the first stone castles in Scotland. The castle is best accessed off the main A82 road from Fort William to Spean Bridge, just south of the junction with the A830 (the Road to the Isles). The Great Glen Way trail passes within metres of the site. The castle is in mostly ruinous state, but the location beside the river is lovely.

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