Loch of Brouster

A small brackish loch at the head of the Voe of Browland on the south coast of the Walls Peninsula in the West Mainland of Shetland, the Loch of Brouster is crossed by the Bridge of Walls, 1½ miles (2.5 km) northeast of the village of Walls. It receives water from the Upper Loch of Brouster to the north.

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