River Lochy

The River Lochy flows southwest along the Great Glen from Loch Lochy to Loch Linnhe at Fort William in the West Highlands of Scotland. Its two major tributaries are the short River Arkaig which drains Loch Arkaig into Loch Lochy and the River Spean which enters on its left bank at Gairlochy. The A830 road crosses the Lochy near its junction with the A82 road by means of the Victoria or Lochy Bridge just northeast of Fort William and the river is bridged again east of Gairlochy by the B8004 road. The only other crossing of the Lochy is a combined rail and foot bridge 500m downstream from Victoria Bridge. This span takes the West Highland Line between Fort William and Mallaig and carries the Great Glen Way national trail.

River Lochy
The Lochy near Gairlochy
Location of the mouth within Lochaber
Location
CountryScotland
Physical characteristics
Source 
  locationLoch Lochy
Mouth 
  location
Loch Linnhe
  coordinates
56.82670°N 5.09990°W / 56.82670; -5.09990
  elevation
0 m (0 ft)

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