NOVEMBER  2015

 

Can you believe 13 years ago in November 2002, with severe flooding in the area, including
this part of the main Aberdeen/Inverness railway line washed away near Mulben

 

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More pictures of the November 2002 flooding

 

Serious undermining of railway line near Mulben

More rail damage at Mulben

All washed away near Mulben

Boat O' Brig road closed for 6 weeks

Warning signs further down the Boat brae

Repairs in progress after flood damage

The river Isla from the Old Brig O' Grange

Looking North across the Isla valley

 

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The deepest and longest Lava cave in the world is the Kazamura cave in Hawaii
and is 65.5 km (40.7 mls) long and descends to a depth of 1,101 mtrs (3,614 ft)

The largest land mammal (the African Elephant) is nearly 3 million times heavier than the smallest (a Pygmy Shrew)

 

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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 a
look round the Kyle of Lochalsh in September 2008

Enjoy the pictures Click HERE

 

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NOVEMBER  2015

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