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Luss Pier in winter, Loch Lomond , Scotland
Scotland

Luss pier can be found at the end of the main road through the village of Luss .

As well as the pier , Luss has a beautiful little church and a row of lovely little cottages which lead all the way down to the pier .

Right on the banks of Loch Lomond , many activities can be found here from several walking trails , beaches and pleasure trips .

Luss is also famous for a number of films and tv shows that have been filmed here including "Take The High Road"

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Uploaded: 02/12/2010
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Tags: uk; scotland; loch lomond; luss; pier; visitor centre; walks; beach; scenery; picnics; winter
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