And, shortly after that, with the advent of steam trains, the Caledonian Canal became almost useless…except for Romantic Age tourism. The most famous part of the Caledonian Canal route is the long and skinny Loch Ness. While the lake is, frankly, boring, the local tourist industry thrives on the legend of the Loch Ness monster. And, finally, we have the environmental message, in terms of the record within the Loch Ness sediments. I would like our visitors to go away thinking about what could live in Loch Ness, when we have explained Loch Ness.