Dumbarton Castle (Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Breatainn, pronounced [t̪unˈpɾʲɛʰt̪ɪɲ]) has the longest recorded history of any stronghold in Scotland. It sits on a plug of volcanic basalt known as Dumbarton Rock which is 240 feet (73 m) high and overlooks the Scottish town of Dumbarton.
Balloch Castle Country Park
Balloch Country Park is a 200-acre (0. 81 km2) country park on the southern tip of Loch Lomond in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland.
Conic Hill (from Gaelic "còinneach" meaning moss) is a prominent hill in Stirling, Scotland.
Lyle Hill at the West End of Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland, has scenic viewpoints accessible from Lyle Road which was constructed in 1879–1880 and named after Provost Abram Lyle, well known as a sugar refiner. The hill's highest point is Craigs Top at 426 feet (130 m) above sea level, and before the road was constructed the hill was known as the Craigs, or as the Bingens (with various spellings).
Maid of the Loch
PS Maid of the Loch is the last paddle steamer built in the United Kingdom. She operated on Loch Lomond for 29 years and as of 2021 is being restored at Balloch pier.
Geilston Garden is a property of the National Trust for Scotland, north-west of Cardross, Argyll and Bute. Geilston Garden was developed more than two hundred years ago with a date given for its development being 1797, combining several features (traditional walled garden, kitchen garden, wooded area).
Luss Parish Church
Luss Parish Church is a Church of Scotland church in Luss, Argyll and Bute, dedicated to Saint Kessog. The present church building was constructed in 1875 and subject to major restoration works in 2001.
Inchcailloch (Scottish Gaelic: Innis na Cailleach) is an islet on Loch Lomond in Scotland. It is 85 metres (279 ft) at its highest point.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Museum and Heritage Centre
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Museum and Heritage Centre is a museum in Greenock, Inverclyde, Scotland. It is housed in a former fire station and is open to the public on one Sunday a month and on days when cruise ships are in port in Greenock.
Finnich Glen in Stirlingshire, is a short, steep glen up to 70 ft deep which runs east from Finnich Bridge on the A809. It was carved from the red sandstone by the Carnock Burn.
Overtoun House is a 19th-century country house and estate in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Situated on a hill overlooking the River Clyde, it is two kilometres (1.
Scottish Submarine Centre
The Scottish Submarine Centre (SSC) is a submarine naval museum in west Scotland.
Buchanan Castle is a ruined castle in Stirlingshire, Scotland, located 1 mile (1. 6 km) west of the village of Drymen.
Vale of Leven Pool
The Vale of Leven (Scottish Gaelic: Magh Leamhna) is an area of West Dunbartonshire, Scotland, in the valley of the River Leven. Historically, it was part of The Lennox, the name of which derives from the Gaelic term Leamhnach, meaning field of the Leven.
The Erskine Bridge is a multi span cable-stayed box girder bridge spanning the River Clyde in west central Scotland. The bridge connects West Dunbartonshire with Renfrewshire and can be used by all types of motor vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians.
Erskine Golf Club
Erskine Golf Club is on the banks of the River Clyde at Erskine, Renfrewshire. It sits on the border between Erskine and Bishopton.
Balloch Castle is an early 19th-century country house situated at the southern tip of Loch Lomond, in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Balloch was a property of the Lennox family from the 11th century, and the old castle was built in the 13th century.
Luss War Memorial
Erected around 1920, the Luss War Memorial is located on Pier Road in Luss, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is dedicated to the citizens of the village who lost their lives while in military service during World War I and World War II.
Ardencaple Castle, also known as Ardincaple Castle, and sometimes referred to as Ardencaple Castle Light, is a listed building, situated about 1 statute mile (1. 6 km) from Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute, Scotland.
Loch Lomond National Nature Reserve
Loch Lomond National Nature Reserve (NNR) (Scottish Gaelic: Tèarmann Nàdair Nàiseanta Loch Laomainn) encompasses 430 hectares of land at the southeastern part of Loch Lomond in the council areas of Stirling and West Dunbartonshire, in Scotland. It covers the islands of Inchcailloch, Clairinsh, Torrinch, Creinch and Aber Isle, alongside areas of woodland and wetlands to either side of the mouth of the Endrick Water.
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