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Arisaig Boatyard , Scotland , UK
Scotland

Arisaig is found on the Road to the Isles just south of Mallaig .

You can travel to the small isles from here , namely Eigg , Rum , Muck and Canna .

Stunning sunsets over Rum can be seen from here . Several beautiful white sandy beaches are also found nearby , as well as the possibility of catching the Harry Potter train which runs between Fort William and Mallaig during the summer months .

Copyright: Alan Mc Lean (Albiphotography)
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Taken: 05/03/2012
送信日: 08/04/2012
更新日: 28/08/2014
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