Inchfad Island, Loch Lomond
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Inchfad Island, Loch Lomond

The 'long island' of Inchfad, in Stirling Council Area, is situated at the southeast end of Loch Lomond to the northwest of Inchcailloch and opposite Arrochymore Point. Privately-owned, it is trimmed by woodland and rises to a height of 24m (78 feet) in its centre, with an area of 43.6 ha (108 acres). Its population is recorded as 2 (2001) and 1 (2011). There was once a distillery here.

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