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Whaligoe Haven
A 360 view of the stunning harbor at the bottom of the Whaligoe Steps, in Caithness, Scotland. Surrounded on three sides by 250-foot cliffs, for 150 years, this spot was used to unload and process fish. Workers, many of them women, would process the herring and other fish down here, then carry them up the 365 stone steps in baskets, where they would be barreled at the top and carted away to Wick for sale.
Copyright: Matt Safford
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 5792x2896
Taken: 08/05/2017
Uploaded: 04/07/2017
Updated: 02/03/2019


Tags: whaligoe steps; whaligoe haven; caithness; scotland
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