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TITLE
John O'Groats where Scotland Ends
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_CARD_1581
PLACENAME
John o' Groats
DISTRICT
Caithness - Northern
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
CAITHNESS: Canisbay
PERIOD
1960s
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
33498
KEYWORDS
postcards
Caithness
beaches
hotels
houses
villages
headland
headlands
coast
coasts
coastline
coastlines
sea arches
John O'Groats where Scotland Ends

Postcards of various scenes around John O'Groats.

Postcard includes photos of the John O'Groats Hotel and the Last House. Also includes the beach, Duncansby Head and Duncansby Stacks. Situated a couple of miles from John O' Groats, Duncansby Head is famous for its Stacks that rise 210 feet out of the sea.

It also has a sea arch and a vast number of nesting sea birds.


John O'Groats is the furthest village from Land's End on the British mainland - a full 876 miles separates the two points.

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John O'Groats where Scotland Ends

CAITHNESS: Canisbay

1960s

postcards; Caithness; beaches; hotels; houses; villages; headland; headlands; coast; coasts; coastline; coastlines; sea arches

Highland Libraries

Highland Libraries' Postcard Collection

Postcards of various scenes around John O'Groats.<br /> <br /> Postcard includes photos of the John O'Groats Hotel and the Last House. Also includes the beach, Duncansby Head and Duncansby Stacks. Situated a couple of miles from John O' Groats, Duncansby Head is famous for its Stacks that rise 210 feet out of the sea.<br /> <br /> It also has a sea arch and a vast number of nesting sea birds.<br /> <br /> <br /> John O'Groats is the furthest village from Land's End on the British mainland - a full 876 miles separates the two points.