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which side for best scenery on northbound Scotland's NW Highlands line ?

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I've booked tickets from Glasgow to Roy Bridge Scotland, that's the next station to Spaen Bridge. Somewhere I read that one should sit on a particular side of the train for the best scenery. Of course, it's all pretty, but that's what I recall reading. I've googled my question but can't find the answer. So, to all you Scots and experienced Scotland travelers, what do you suggest?
And are there any stretches that you'd suggest switching sides for?

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