It is a location known worldwide for its atmosphere and occasionally monsterous appearance.
The stunning vista of Loch Ness in the Highlands has been picked as the UK’s favourite view by railway passengers.
People travelling with London North Eastern railway (LNER) rated the iconic waterway the most pictuaresque site in Britian.
The Loch was a number of Scottish scenes singled out by passengers – who also rated Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh, the Three Sisters in Glencoe and Ben Nevis.
People who took part in the survey shared images of their favourite views, which have now been made public by LNER.
In England, the White Cliffs of Dover, York Minster and the Angel of the North all made the cut.
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A view from Ben Nevis
A seat on Arthur’s Seat
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