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Highland : Strontian
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Strontian is a village in Highland. The likeness of the name to the chemical element strontium is no coincidence as the substance got it name from being found in the lead mines here in the late 18th century.

Get in[edit]

Corran Ferry between Glencoe and Fort William, ferry for Mull to Lochaline or road from Fort William, (if coming from the north.)

Get around[edit]

Strontian is an ideal centre for visiting all the area west of Loch Linnhe and south of the Fort William to Mallaig road.

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The Strontian Hotel

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Get out[edit]

By car there is a pleasant short drive leading to Loch Shiel.

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