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Machrihanish

Relic of a bygone era…

Relic of a bygone era…

An old carriage from the Campbeltown & Machrihanish Light Railway Company. After the closure of the railway line, many of these were left dotted around the countryside in Kintyre. A few remain…held together by the rust 🙂

Kintyre, It is 40 miles long and every mile is beautiful

Kintyre, It is 40 miles long and every mile is beautiful

A fantastic glimpse of Kintyre circa 1955. Includes one of the simplest and best descriptions of Kintyre; “It is 40 miles long and every mile is beautiful” The film takes a trip along the Kintyre Peninsula, Argyll, Scotland and includes…

Innean nan Gailleann (Bay of Storms)

Innean nan Gailleann (Bay of Storms)

Probably one of my most favourite places…ever!  Just round the corner from Machrihanish. “Here in the scree, grow great quantities of a large rhubarb-leaved looking plant – the butterbur – from which the name “Gauldrons” is derived and has mistakenly…

Scart Rock and Jura from Machrihanish…

Scart Rock and Jura from Machrihanish…

Jura is an island in the Inner Hebrides of Argyll, Scotland to the North East of Islay. Both can be easily seen from Machrihanish and the West Coast of Kintyre. Scart Rock is so named for the Cormorants who generally…

No one is an artist…

No one is an artist…

…unless he carries his picture in his head before painting it, and is sure of his method and composition. Claude Monet Machrihanish as Monet might have viewed it 🙂 Machrihanish, Nr Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland.

Argyll Forum News on Wind Farm Consultation

Argyll Forum News: Windfarm Consultation – Government Analysis Published – http://ht.ly/3u2uc The Scottish Government has published the outcomes of its consultation exercise on the Draft Plan for Offshore Wind. See the Argyll Forum post for more details.

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