JUNE  2014

INVERGORDON

The 'Ruby Princess' tied up at Invergordon on a murky 19th of May 2014

At 113,000 gross tonnes, with a capacity for 3,500 passengers and a crew of 1200, this monster is well worth the trip to see it.

Take a tour inside the 'Ruby Princess'  - Click Here -  Opens in new window

 

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Different camera view

Check the port of origin

The 'Deep Energy' pipe laying vessel

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SOME VIEWS IN and AROUND BELFAST in NORTHERN IRELAND

Carrickfergus Castle

Albert Memorial - Leaning Tower of Belfast

Carrick-a- Rede Rope Bridge

Parish Church of St. George

City Hall

City Hall by Night

The Grand Public Library

The Odyssey Arena

Dunluce Castle

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Largest ocean liner in the World is the 'MS Allure of the Seas' at 225,282 gross tonnage.
Passenger capacity 6318 guests. 16 passenger decks. Maximum speed 22 knots (25 mph - 40 km/h)

As of February 2013 the most expensive animated film is 'Tangled' costing $260 million (168 million)

 

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Now on a monthly basis, a 'link' will be added within this frame to take you to
 pictures from my Archive. It may be a random choice by me or it may be relative
 to a local up and coming event in the area. This month the Archive features
the old road  bridge at Craigellachie built by William Telford in 1814.
 So this year celebrates the 200th anniversary of the bridge.

Enjoy the pictures HERE

 

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JUNE  2014

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