Inside the mine from which a company would like to extract gold.
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Scotland's first gold mine 'may damage environment'

Scotland's mountains are known for their wild, rugged beauty, but they could also be a source of hidden treasure.

A mining company has been given permission to extract gold and silver from a site in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, near Tyndrum.

It will be Scotland's first commercial gold mine. But concerns have been raised about the impact on the environment.

Lorna Gordon has been to take a look.

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