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Crammag Head Fishing
Scotland

Crammag head is close to the most southerly point in Scotland. The waters here are very tidal. This area is popular with both fishermen and climbers. There are various small climbing cliffs around where this panorama was taken from.

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更新: 12/06/2014
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Tags: crammag; head; fishing; sea; drummore; mull; galloway
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