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Luss is a scenic small village on the banks of Loch Lomond in Scotland. The village attracts many visitors from around the world, for its scenic streets and buildings. Most of the small houses in the village were built in the late 1800s to house workers employed at a slate quarry.

More interest in the village is due to it being the setting for the TV soap Take the High Road that ran from 1980 to 1993.

The image below is of the large car park in Luss village looking at the village shop. There is also a visitor centre at this car park for information on the village and attractions in the area. 26 Large Images of Luss.

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The image below is looking down Pier Road towards the loch. The Village Rest Cafe is on the left here, and the Luss General Store next door. Many of the small gardens down this street just have to be seen, for their unique designs.

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The image below is from further down Pier Road, the main street in the village, looking at Luss Pier.

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The image below is of Luss Pier looking north with the 3,196ft Ben Lomond in the distance. There are many boat trips from the pier including from Loch Lomond Leisure that provides speed boat tours as well as many more water sport activities and boat hire.

The hop on hop off Loch Lomond Water Bus also visits Luss. You can use the water bus to visit attractions on the more remote east side of the loch.

The small Clan Museum is situated where this photo was taken from.

Luss Pier image

The image below is from the pier looking over Luss. The hills in the distance are popular for hiking, with great views over the village and loch. The highest hill is Beinn Dubh at 2,155ft. There is a foot bridge that leads from the primary school by the car park over the main road and onto the hills, where there is a good path all the way to the top. Hike Photo Tour . Large Image.

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The image below is of the Luss Gift Shop at the pier with the beach leading north.

This was the Post Office, Paper Shop and General Store in the TV show Take the High Road that run from 1980 to 1993. The shop here was probably the most filmed place in the show, as it was where most people met, and most of the confrontations took place. There was no pub in the village, so the shop here was the main meeting place.

Moira Barton (Natalie J. Robb), the farmers wife in Emerdale, began her career here, and Joseph McFadden went on from here to play PC Joe Mason in Heatbeat. The store was run by Isabel Blair (Eileen McCallum).

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The image below is of Luss Beach looking north with Ben Lomond mountain on the east side of the loch. The Loch Lomond Water Bus drops off at the foot of Ben Lomond and there is the Rowardennan Hotel close to that pier for meals and drinks.Ben Lomond Area Photos.

The buildings alnng the beach are The Lodge On Loch Lomond Hotel with great loch views, also with a number of boat trips and water sports available from its own jetty.

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The image below is of Luss Parish Church built in 1875, in the south side of the village. There have been a number of places of worship on this site over the past 1500 years. With it being so picturesque, and with a great setting next to Loch Lomond, many weddings take place here each year. You can visit the church interior free. . Large Image .

Luss Church image

The image below is from Luss War Memorial looking up Pier Road towards the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel.

Luss War Memorial image

The image below is of the Loch Lomond Arms Hotel on the west side of Luss, close to the large visitor centre car park. The hotel is ideal for meals, drinks and accommodation.

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