Hollywood blockbuster Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hit the UK’s cinema screens on Wednesday – and if you watch closely when you go to see it, you can spot a Loch Long location in the footage.

Filming at the Glen Mallan jetty near Arrochar took place in April 2017, with Argyll and Bute Council officials working alongside Universal Productions to get up to 20 American rig trucks safely over the Rest and Be Thankful with all the equipment needed for filming.

Nicholas Oliver, location manager, says: “The footage that we filmed looked incredible. It’s going to look so good on the big screen. I really appreciated all the help and advice - it all fell into place perfectly.

“It really has been a very positive and refreshing experience filming in Argyll and Bute.”

It is estimated that £168,000 was spent bringing the production to Argyll, contributing to the overall £1.3m generated for the local economy by film production companies during 2017.

Leader of the council, Aileen Morton, says: “Argyll and Bute’s stunning natural landscape is one of our biggest assets.

“Being part of Jurassic World shows that we have the capacity and the locations to support large scale, high profile productions.”