The county town of Argyll, Inveraray must have the highest whitewash bill in Scotland. The result is a lovely little town. Most of the buildings date back to the 19th century and give the place a very historic feel.
|Main Street with its tourist shops|
|Inveraray parish church|
|Birthplace of Neil Munro author of the Para Handy stories|
|Looking towards the jail from Inveraray pier|
|Vital Spark, the puffer skippered by Para Handy|