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#AYearOfBuses 309: Balmaha – Alexandria or Bonhill

#AYearOfBuses 309: Balmaha – Alexandria or Bonhill

We’re taking a trip through some of Scotland’s most beautiful scenery today on #AYearOfBuses – day 309 takes us to the eastern shore of Loch Lomond.

Run by the tiny Scottish independent, Garelochhead Coaches of Helensburgh, the 309 is an extremely picturesque route skirting the shores of Loch Lomond.

It runs from the single road village of Balmaha, on the eastern shore, where the only road you’ll find is the B837, connecting bonnie Balmaha with the pretty village of Drymen. The 309 follows this road out of Balmaha, before dropping down to the south of the Loch at Balloch, Alexandria and Bonhill.

With thanks to Mark Lyons for today’s suggestion and photo!

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Matt Harrison MCIM is a communications and marketing expert with over 12 years' experience, specialising in public transport. As Founder of Transport Designed, Matt is on a mission to celebrate and work with the most forward-thinking and innovative transport brands on the planet.

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