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RIVER DOON 053 Loch Doon continued

from the junction of Gallow Lane to the junction of a stone fence with the loch within a mile of the River Doon; and from this point to the Source of that river it divides the phs. [parishes] of Straiton & Dalmellington
With a single patch of stunted wood on its E. [East] bank the eye oppressed by illimtable tracts of bleak rocky moorland stretching far away from its S. [South] & W. [West] sides and the prospect abruptly checked by a chain of round nameless [hills] which runs along its E. [East] bank; in [--] [--] entirely wanting in all those natural beauties which are almost always found crowded about the large lochs of Scotland. Doon Castle which stands near the head will nevertheless prove a source of unfading attraction to the tourist. There are boats in the loch during the fishing season for the accommodation of [anglers]

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