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scotianostra · a month ago
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Fort Augustus 11:20 pm
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j2rkt · 2 months ago
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Captain Norman Orr Ewing MSR Pakistani Bass Parlor Pipes.
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vox-anglosphere · a year ago
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The Caledonian Canal runs across central Scotland joining the North Sea to the Irish Sea. The Scottish sun might not shine often, but look at when it does.
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danny-darkness · 2 years ago
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Rainswept water - Danny Darke Photography © 2019
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matagonia · 2 years ago
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Vintage travel poster for the Caledonian Canal, Scotland.  Printed for MacBrayne’s Steamers and the London, Midland and Scottish railway (LMS) ca. 1930s-40s.  Artwork by Tom Gilfillan (active 1930s-1950s).
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letthestormrajohn · 2 years ago
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Along the Caledonian Canal opposite Strone, late February 2020.
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lothiriel84 · 2 years ago
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Inverness, Merkinch Local Natural Reserve to Caledonian Canal, Inverness Botanic Gardens and St Andrew's Cathedral.
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gejianxin · 3 years ago
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IMG Caledonian Canal. Inverness, Scottish Highlands
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scotianostra · a month ago
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Pepper Pot Lighthouse,  Fort Augustus.
The popular term ‘Pepperpot’ lighthouse is used to describe a particular type of small lighthouse that has an architectural style similar to a scaled-up salt or pepper shaker. The Caledonian Canal has three of this type of lighthouse, each comprising a short round tower with a conical roof. The Caledonian Canal Pepperpot lighthouses are the smallest lighthouses in Britain.
The lighthouse at Fort Augustus was built in 1840 to mark the entrance to the Caledonian Canal from South Loch Ness, it marks the east side of the canal and leads to a flight of five large canal locks. The lighthouse is readily accessible on foot via a short path along the banks for the canal.
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loustravels · 3 years ago
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Winter in Scotland & Ireland
Part 5 - Scottish Highlands (Fort Augustus & Loch Ness) December 2016
Now it was time for Loch Ness! We stopped at Fort Augustus at the South-West end of the Loch, to see the Caledonian Canal & Locks (this connects Fort William to Inverness).
We also saw with a Benedictine Abbey that incorporates an old Fort. I must admit, it was quite hard to see (and take photos of) the Abbey, because it was one of the rare times on the tour where the sun came out in force! We had to get our sunglasses out for 5 minutes!!
Also, we found Nessie and her baby… I don’t know why everyone finds it so difficult! Alice and I seemed to be the main ones interested in this stop - everyone was back to the bus early, while we had to be called back!
Off we went again, hugging the shoreline to our last major stop of the trip, a cruise of Loch Ness, featuring Urquhart Castle.
...to be continued...
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mike13mt · 3 years ago
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clogging · 3 years ago
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superbnature · 3 years ago
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connor-burrows · 3 years ago
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compass-sea-school · 11 hours ago
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Day 2 Dochgarroch to Kytra
Day 2 Dochgarroch to Kytra
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eda11y · 3 years ago
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gejianxin · 3 years ago
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IMG Caledonian Canal. Inverness, Scottish Highlands
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