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Loch Ken Bridge
Scotland

This bridge once carried trains over loch Ken, now very run down and quite dangerous. Red squirrels can be seen using the bridge to cross the loch. In fact while taking this panorama a squirrel walked to within metres of me but I was too slow with the camera.

Copyright: David Rowley
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14000x7000
Uploaded: 19/04/2010
Updated: 12/06/2014
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Tags: railway; bridge; loch; ken; water; lake
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