Dunoon is a small town on the southern peninsular of Argyll & Bute in south west Scotland. It’s original pier is now closed to the public, but used to be a thriving ferry terminal for the service from Gourock, which now docks at a newly-constructed linkspan nearby. The old pier is now crumbling, despite its attractive buildings. Read more on the history of Dunoon Pier on the NPS website. Read more about my visit to the pier on 26th June.