Thursday, July 3, 2008

Mull of Galloway

We visited this most south-westerly part of Scotland in 2003, on an incredibly windy day!

Geoffrey pointing out exactly where we were. The Isle of Man (below his finger) can be seen on the horizon from the cliffs

If only there were more excellent relief maps like this one. They are great for everyone, not only those who are blind.

Two shots of the lighthouse, built by Robert Stevenson in 1830, set on top of the 260ft cliffs

For much more information about this area, click here

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