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Glenashdale Falls
Scotland

Glenashdale Falls lie 1.5 miles west of Whiting Bay on Arran.  The picture was taken from the viewpoint walkway which gives a spectacular view of the falls.

Copyright: Andy elliston
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Uploaded: 22/07/2010
Updated: 04/09/2014
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