Fort William is located in an important area within Scotland's transport area. It is a central point from the West Coast Islands, Oban, Glasgow from the south,
Stirling, Perth and Edinburgh from the East and Inverness and the north Highlands from the North. Fort William with a population of just over 9,900 at
the last census and is know as one of the busiest Tourist Towns in Scotland and is usually predominantly used as a base for the visiting tourist.
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William sits overlooking Loch Linne just at the mouth at Loch Eil. The town is some 115 miles North of Glasgow, 131 miles North West from Edinburgh City, 175 miles
South of Inverness and approx 157 miles South East of Aberdeen. Fort William has its own Train Station where train come in from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and
Inverness. The Town center of Fort William is pedestrianised which is ideal for a relaxed stroll and the main road up through Fort William, A82, travels up beside Loch Linne on the East side into
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