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Thread: Finlarig castle, Killin, Scotland, Nov '08

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    Default Finlarig castle, Killin, Scotland, Nov '08


    Another find on my ramble around the Loch Tay area.Finlarig castle and a mausoleum at the back, 2 for the price of 1.

















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    Very nice, I love finding places that are out of the way, hidden, or being taken over by nature. This one looks great, I do like it.

    Excellent pics,

    :) Sal
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    Quote Originally Posted by smileysal View Post
    ...I love finding places that are out of the way, hidden, or being taken over by nature.
    Me too, Sal. Castles especially...and abbeys, farmhouses, railways...etc, etc. Neat find, SP. :)
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    Interesting photos of a bygone time Spacepunk - thankyou - much appreciated by this armchair traveller.


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