Barton Aqueduct, Barton-upon-Irwell, Lancashire, England
William Leighton Leitch
A watercolour showing a highlander seated with his dog in the foreground. Mountains surround the loch in the middle distance. Queen Victoria considered the view towards Loch Goil to be the finest point on Loch Long. This illustrates the visit of the Queen and Prince Albert to the West Coast of Scotland in August 1847.
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