Travel poster for Iona by Tom Gilfillan, issued by MacBrayne's Steamers. (According to a 1549 inventory, Iona Abbey is the burial place of 48 Scottish, 8 Norwegian and 4 Irish kings. None of these graves are now identifiable.
Handbook to the Highland Railway and West Coast - Scotland, 1896. The Highland Railway was one of the four major Scottish railways in Victorian times and like the others it heavily promoted its 'patch' and services. This included publishing quite lavish guides to the romantic Scotland that was very much part of the period. The Scottish West Coast and Highleands were highly popular resorts for Victorian holidaymakers - the railway and steamers helped create and serve such a market
Broomielaw, Glasgow MacBrayne's famous paddle steamer, SS Columba (1878-1935) leaving Broomielaw Pier on the Clyde at Glasgow bound for Ardrishaig on the first leg of the "Royal Route" which, by a relay of steamers, took you all the way to Inverness via the Crinan and Caledonian Canals over the course of two days' sailing. This is a scan from MacBrayne's 1914 timetable - looks like a photo which has been "touched up".
Loch Katrine - Scotland - Beautiful views, fairly priced steamer trips, friendly cafe and friendly tourist shop. The walk around the north side of the Loch is paved and suitable for walkers and cyclists.