valley, Highland, W Scotland, E of Loch Lochy. The Parallel Roads, three terraces on each side of the valley at corresponding heights, are believed to mark receding levels of a lake that once filled the valley.
one man and his dog Stuart Ross, of Roy Bridge, Inverness-shire, took this pic of himself and his Labrador on Bohuntin Hill in Glen Roy by Loch Lochy one man and his dog Stuart Ross, of Roy Bridge, Inverness-shire, took this pic of himself and his Labrador on Bohuntin Hill in Glen Roy by Loch Lochy
Grants will also support conversion of the Glen Roy Shearing Shed in Coonawarra to an interactive community facility focused on food and wine, along with construction of a purpose-built cellar door at Ngeringa Vineyards at Mount Barker.
SCIENTISTS FROM THE Department of Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London have determined that the so-called 'Parallel Roads' at Glen Roy, near Fort William in the Scottish Highlands, were formed over a surprisingly short period.
Nearby there are plenty of attractions to ooh and aah over including Glen Roy with its parallel roads, a quirk of nature formed in the Ice Age' Fort William, where you can board the romantic Jacobite Steam Train familiar to Harry Potter fans and Loch Laggan with its white sandy beaches.
End-of-year awards are dedicated to the memory of Amy Bayliss, a former pupil, and two awards were presented in her name to David Geddes, for academic achievements, and Glen Roy Brocklehurst, for personal and social achievements.
Or view the remoteness of Rannoch Moor, where you might recognise Corrour station from the film Trainspotting, stunning Monessi Gorge and Glen Roy, and Spean Bridge, with its famous Commandos monument.