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From the mouth of the River Oich at the southern end of Loch Ness this view looks south across Fort Augustus towards the Loch Lochy Hills in the distance. Two waterways run parallel to each other through the village to Loch Oich in the south. At the right is the old River Oich Bridge with the entrance to the Caledonian Canal to the left. A series of locks are depicted a little way up the canal. Behind the canal is the old fort, after which the village is named. Having made this sketch the artist turned around to make a view looking north up Loch Ness, drawn at the top of this page with the sketchbook inverted.
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