One of Scotland's best kept secrets. It's a working power station and one of the country's most amazing engineering achievements. It's one kilometre within the mountain of Ben Cruachan on the shores of Loch Awe. Aptly named because it's truly "awesome"!.
At its centre lies a massive cavern, big enough to accommodate the Tower of London! Sub tropical plants grow here because of the humidity and the rain water dripping into the cavern is actually rain which fell many decades ago and is only now reaching the roof of the cavern. As an earlier poster said, it's just like a James Bond set. My wife, who is a bit claustrophobic, had no issues because, even deep inside the mountain, there is a sense of space and light.
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