My aunts and I went to Oban for the weekend in 1968 and stayed in a guest house. These are just a few of the photos which I took then.
Some of the town and McCaig's Folly behind. We spent some time up there wandering around, I remember!
Clachan Bridge, more commonly known as the "Bridge over the Atlantic" connecting Seil island with the mainland. The original design, by John Stevenson, was for a two-arched bridge but this was modified to one arch when it was built by Robert Mylne in 1792.
A good website to learn more about Oban, with some great (and modern!) photos: Click here