Crinan Canal Argyll Scotland [04:14]
Crinan Canal. Often described as the most beautiful short cut in the world. Nine miles long and every mile is a gem. Walk it or cycle and spend some time at the Crinan Canal basin. The Vital Spark sat rusting in the Crinan Canal basin for some time but it is now been looked after at Inveraray on Loch Fyne Argyll Scotland. The canal was started in 1794 and completed in 1801 by Thomas Telford. Like many Scottish projects it was finished two years late and over budget but with hindsight well worth every penny.
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