A village on the northwest border of Stirling Council Area, Clifton lies immediately north of Tyndrum, on the opposite bank of the Crom Allt, at the head of Glen Lochy and near the junction of the A82 and A85 trunk roads. The village developed in the 1830s in association with local lead mines on the Breadalbane Estate and has had a post office since the mid-19th C.

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