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Jetty at Clachnaharry Sea Lock, Inverness
Scotland

Looking out from a small jetty by Clachnaharry Sea Lock, at the eastern end of the Caledonian Canal, Inverness, Scotland. The Caledonian Canal runs along the Great Glen, from Inverness at the east coast of Scotland to Corpach on the West coast.

The Sea Lock opens up onto the Beauly Firth, and is the northernmost point of the British Waterways canal network.

From this point can be seen Kessock Bridge to the north-east, Ord Hill, North Kessock, and Charlestown to the north, and Craig Phadrig to the south-west.

Copyright: Dave Kennard
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Resolution: 10512x5256
Taken: 29/10/2011
Uploaded: 25/04/2012
Updated: 01/09/2014
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Tags: clachnaharry sea lock; beauly firth; inverness; scotland
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