We have had a very busy week-end, showing some visitors around Norfolk, well a little bit of the North Norfolk coast. So blogging time has been zero, but I did manage to sort a few photos. Following is a postcard of Inveraray, Scotland, a small town on the western shores of Loch Fyne and the home to Inveraray Castle, which I still haven’t visited. There are a mixture of black & white and colour photos, these were taken over two holidays that we had in Scotland last year, 2016. We have passed through the town so many times, if it’s sunny we stop, if it’s raining, then on we drive, but this is the first post about this really interesting little town.
Established in 1745 by the 3rd Duke of Argyll, head of the powerful Clan Campbell, the town is an absolute set piece of Scottish Georgian architecture. Key buildings that are worth visiting include the neoclassical church, and Inveraray Jail and courthouse, now an award-winning museum that graphically recounts prison conditions from medieval times up until the 19th century.