LOCH LOMOND

The reporter talks to Jay Scott and Fay Lenore about their plans for a hotel at Duck Bay and trips to Inchmurrin on Loch Lomond. (clip)

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Subjects:

  • Leisure and recreation
  • Tourism and travel
  • Water and waterways

Genres:

  • Television documentary

Series:

  • Dateline

Decade:

  • 1960s

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Title: LOCH LOMOND

Reference number: T1732

Date: [1965]

Production company: Scottish Television

Sound: sound

Colour: bw

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 18.22 mins

Description: Report from the mid 1960s on the potential of Loch Lomond as a tourist attraction. Interviews

Shotlist: pan up from wake to horizon of Loch Lomond from the back of a boat (0.38) talking head of reporter on the boat (1.40) shots of Loch Lomond (2.27) countdown leader (2.37) Vale of Leven District Councillor Mr. Craig being interviewed beside ship yard with work being done on a boat "The Maid of the Loch" in the background (5.41) countdown leader (5.51) shots of Loch Lomondside (6.38) panning shot of Cameron House on the lochside moving onto Iv with Mr. Smollet in a kilt on the grounds of the house with a view of the loch as a backdrop (10.00) shot of Loch Lomond (10.10) Iv with Tom, who lives on an island on the Loch [Inchmurrin?]; both sit on pier (13.22) shot of Loch Lomond (13.37) i/v Jay Scott and his wife Fay [nee Lenore]; they speak about running hotel at Duck Bay [later to be realised as the Duck Bay Marina] and starting a ferry service to Inchmurrin, commercialisation of Loch Lomond (16.43) countdown leader (16.53) tracking shot from boat entering Balloch (18.22).