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Barr Beithe Waterfall , Allt Beochlich , Argyll , Scotland
Scotland

The Barr-Beithe waterfalls are found about one mile south of Ballimeanoch near the east bank of Loch Awe on the B840 .

As you cross a small bridge here , you will see the falls on your left hand side .

As it is fed from Lochan Romach high up in the surrounding hills , it rarely runs dry and is usually always a good display at all times of the year .

Copyright: Alan mclean (albiphotography)
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Uploaded: 11/12/2012
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Tags: uk; scotland; argyll; allt beochlich; loch awe; blarghour; waterfall; bridge
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