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Road from Plockton to Applecross, Scotland
Scotland

The road from Plockton to Applecross. Scotlands highest mountain road. Scenic views. You can oversee all Isle of Skye from some points. Do not miss Applecross Inn.

Copyright: Michael Zander
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Resolution: 9876x4938
Taken: 07/08/2006
Uploaded: 18/11/2009
Updated: 11/09/2014
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Tags: plockton; applecross; scotland; road
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