Inverary Scotland, Architecture Argyll, Pictures, Highlands, Church, High Street, Photos

Inverary Buildings, Scotland : Architecture

Buildings in Argyll, west Scotland, UK : Loch Fyne Developments

15 Aug 2006

Inverary Architecture

Key Inverary Buildings

Church located on axis with the High Street, the road passes either side:
Inverary Church Building

old church building in Argyll
images © Adrian Welch

Inverary Jail:
Inverary jail
image © Isabelle Lomholt

Inveraray (Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Aora, meaning “mouth of the Aray”) is a town in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is on the western shore of Loch Fyne, near its head, and on the A83 road. It is a former royal burgh, the traditional county town of Argyll, and ancestral home to the Duke of Argyll.

Inverary Buildings

Selection of other structures in the town centre and the public realm:

High Street buildings:
Inverary High Street
building photo © Isabelle Lomholt

Inverary houses:
Inverary houses
building photo © Adrian Welch

Looking back to the town centre from Loch Fyne:
Inverary town centre
photo © AJW

View east over Loch Fyne:
Loch Fyne
image © IL

Location: Inverary, Argyll, Scotland

Architecture in Scotland

Scottish Architecture Designs – chronological list

West Coast Scotland Architecture close by:

Oban Buildings
MacCaig's Folly view
photo © Adrian Welch

Oban Maritime Visitor Facility
Design: Oberlanders Architects
Oban Maritime Visitor Facility
image courtesy of architects office
Oban Maritime Visitor Facility

Dunstaffnage Castle
Dunstaffnage Castle

The Kettle cafe-kiosk, Dunollie Estate
Dunollie Estate Cafe

Highlands Buildings

Kilchurn Castle

Wall House, Tower House and Pool, The Trossachs, central Scotland
Architect: Alan Dunlop
Wall House Tower House and Pool in the Trossachs
drawing : Alan Dunlop
New houses in The Trossachs

Scottish Architecture

Historic Scottish Houses

Scottish Scenic Routes Project : architecture competitions for young architects

Scottish Architect

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