Inveruglas Isle (Scottish Gaelic: "Innis Inbhir Dhughlais") is a small island within Loch Lomond, and lies off the shore at Inveruglas opposite Inversnaid at the north end of the loch. It is opposite the Loch Sloy powerstation.
The name Inbhir Dhu(bh)ghlais means "mouth of the black stream"; Inveruglas Isle is therefore, quite literally, the island at the mouth of the black stream.
- Worsley, Harry Loch Lomond: The Loch, the Lairds and the Legends ISBN 978-1-898169-34-5 Lindsay Publications (Glasgow) 1988
- Inveruglas Isle, The Islands of Loch Lomond
- Stories and Facts about the Islands of Loch Lomond, In Callander Website
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