Craigenarden Viaduct, between Tarbet and Inveruglas on the west bank of Loch Lomond seen on a sweltering day in 1992. Since the photograph was taken the parking place below the viaduct has been blocked off. A short section of the road here is notorious, trucks and buses being unable to pass due to the narrow road, with tight bends and high retaining walls supporting the railway. Many were opposed to the building of a railway by Loch Lomond, thus the attractive appearance of the viaduct. Despite appearances the arches are mass concrete (the piers are stone).
Location: Craigenarden Viaduct
Company: West Highland Railway
Photographer: Ewan Crawford
Contact photographer: Ewan Crawford
Image number: 72686