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Restricted mobility public transport 4 days from Glasgow Mull, Iona or elsewhere?
I am in Glasgow for 2 days and want to do a day trip for 1-2 days to some of the islands - trying to figure out what would be easier given that I have restricted mobility issues and can't drive, if I take the scenic train journey from Glasgow to Oban assume I can get to Mull easily is it possible though to see Tobermory and Iona on public transport? Has anyone used tour from the ferry port they can recommend? I was thinking of overnighting it one day and then getting back a different route but checked on loganair and it seems they are not flights from Glasgow to Barra or Islay and I thought I could get a different route back...don't with limited time want to repeat the same journey back via Oban/train - anyone got any suggestions? My other option would be Bute and Mount Stuart but I like the idea of seeing crystal clear blue seas and mini planes!! Many thanks everyone!