A fascinating look at how things used to be done.
Driving between Glasgow and Fort William either meant a long drive around Loch Leven, via Kinlochleven, or getting the Ballachulish Ferry.
This video shows the ferry crossing in 1926.
The ferries from 1926 & 1973 used the same concept of a turntable to make it easier to get vehicles on/off the ferry. Modern day turntable type ferries still exist. Just a few miles north of Ballachulish is the Corran Ferry.
Sadly, the ferry at Ballachulish no longer exists, as it was replaced by a bridge in 1975. I say sadly for two reasons: the ferry had a lot more romance about it and the bridge has to be one of the ugliest in Scotland. It does have the advantage that the crossing is achieved in a few seconds.
I can't even bring myself to dig out a photo of the Ballachulish bridge, so instead here is one from Wikipedia.
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