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Pied wagtail on pontoon at Laggan Locks

Pied wagtail on pontoon

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Reflections in Laggan Avenue

Reflections in Laggan Avenue

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Laggan Swingbridge

Laggan Swingbridge
We got under this one without it swinging!

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Invergarry Castle

Invergarry Castle

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Aberchalder Swingbridge

Aberchalder Swingbridge

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Cullochy Lock

Cullochy Lock

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Urquhart Castle

Urquhart Castle

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Dochgarroch Lock

Dochgarroch Lock

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Tomnahurich Swingbridge

Tomnahurich Swingbridge

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Longship moored at Caley Marina

Longship

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Muirtown Locks and Swingbridge

Muirtown Locks and Swingbridge

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Water-ball

water-ball

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Drumnadrochit Harbour

Drumnadrochit Harbour
A good place for a break in a NW wind!

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Loch Ness Lifeboat

RNLI

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Royal Scot

Royal Scot

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Fort Augustus flight

Fort Augustus

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VIC 32 (puffer)

VIC32
The VIC boats of WW2 were a variant on the Clyde Puffer which had plied their trade round Scotland's coast for years. The puffer came to TV fame in the series "Para Handy" based on the novels by Neil Munro.

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Kytra Lock

Kytra Lock

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Moy Swingbridge

Moy Swingbridge
This swingbridge is unusual in that it is spilt in the middle, swinging to both sides. Until recently, the bridge-keeper had to row across to open the second half - he now has a small motorboat.

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Lord of the Glens

Lord of the Glens
Modern 1st-class cruising comes to the Highlands!

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Jacobite Train

Jacobite Train
From the "ridiculous (above) to the sublime!
 
This steam hauled tourist train is headed out from Fort William to Mallaig. The railway crosses the canal on a swingbridge.

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Neptune's Staircase

Neptune's Staircase

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Gairlochy Swingbridge

Gairlochy Swingbridge

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Gairlochy Lock

Gairlochy Lock

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Laggan Locks

Laggan Locks

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Visiting duck!

Visiting duck! Visiting duck!

Visiting duck! Visiting duck!

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"Well of the Seven Heads" monument

Seven Heads monument

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Boat moored at Seven Heads pontoon

Seven Heads pontoon

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... and she says she never saw the monster

Nessie

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