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Westerdale Caithness Scotland
Scotland

This is the mill at Westrdale in Caithness on the river Thurso. There are steps down to a very pleasant walk along the river. A lovely place to spend a few quiet hours on a summers afternoon

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Uploaded: 13/12/2009
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Tags: river; thurso; westrdale; mill; walk
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