Luss Parish Church

Luss Parish Church

Date

20 August 2018

Location

Luss, Argyll and Bute
NS 36109 92861; 56.10031°N, 4.63650°W

Information

Luss Parish Church was built in 1875 by Sir James Colquhoun (1844-1907), 5th Baronet Colquhoun of Luss, as a memorial to his father who drowned in Loch Lomond in 1873 on the way back from a hunting trip.

Further Reading

Loch Lomond, Luss

Luss Parish Church

Luss Parish Church

Luss Parish Church

Viking hogback grave-cover stone, possibly dating back to the Viking raid of Loch Lomond in 1263.

Viking hogback stone, c 1263

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12 thoughts on “Luss Parish Church

  1. Very nice – I’ve always liked old cemeteries…the lichens and little ferns and moss are beautiful….and the Viking hogback stone is new to me! Not too many of those in America. 😉 There’s something very satisfying about its shape.

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