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  • Inverness, Scotland
    Scotland Next Inverness Scotland

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/Scotland/Inverness.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Wick, Scotland
    Scotland Next Wick Scotland Wick an old fishing village in Caithness became a royal burgh in 1589 It s name originates from the Norse word Vic meaning bay

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/Scotland/Wick.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Gun shot
    Scotland View from Edinburgh Castle The gun is aimed at the Sir Walter Scott Memorial on Princes Street

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/Scotland/me2.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Cairngorms National Park
    a national park on 12 May 1997 when we traveled via A939 from Grantown on Spey to its intersection with B976 for a shortcut to A93 and then on to to Braemar and Perth The park was established in 2003

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/Scotland/EastHighlands/CairngormsNP.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • East Highlands 03
    Cairngorms Next The Cairngorms A939 heads southeast toward Cockbridge

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/Scotland/EastHighlands/EastHighlands03.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • East Highlands 05
    Cairngorms Next The Cairngorms Between Tomintoul and Cockbridge on A939

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/Scotland/EastHighlands/EastHighlands05.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • East Highlands 06
    The tower of Corgarff Castle dates from the 16th century In the 19th century it served as an outpost to combat illegal whiskey smuggling It is located about 10 miles

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/Scotland/EastHighlands/EastHighlands06.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • East Highlands 07
    Cairngorms Next The Cairngorms The bridge over the River Gairn near the Gairnshiel Lodge background a former hunting lodge of Queen Victoria five miles north of Balmoral on A939

    Original URL path: http://richardhuseth.com/Scotland/EastHighlands/EastHighlands07.htm (2016-04-29)
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