Pont 32 : The east central lowlands (Stirling,
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This is a large map, encompassing a substantial portion of the Midland Valley of Scotland. In the west the area is bounded by Loch Lomond, the Firth of Clyde, and the River Clyde, with Glasgow itself depicted. In the north, there is little information north of a line from Stirling in the east to Loch Lomond in the west. The now ragged eastern margin of the sheet includes Dunblane in the north and a point just west of Bo'ness in the south. From here the southern boundary runs irregularly across country to Glasgow.