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TITLE
Thor's Town and John o' Groats in Fact and Fiction, page 49
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_THOR'S TOWN_35519_049
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
CAITHNESS
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
38236
KEYWORDS
Caithness
geology
Duncansbay Head
Thor's Town and John o' Groats in Fact and Fiction, page 49

Page forty-nine of "Thor's Town and John o' Groats - In Fact and Fiction". A small book that gives a written guided tour of Thurso and surrounding areas.

This page contains a photograph of The Glupe at Duncansby Head, a sea arch.

Situated on the Pentland Firth, Thurso is the most northerly town on the Scottish mainland. Thurso is a long established town with origins dating back to Viking times when it was an important Norse settlement, the major gateway to mainland Scotland.

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Thor's Town and John o' Groats in Fact and Fiction, page 49

CAITHNESS

Caithness; geology; Duncansbay Head

Highland Libraries

Page forty-nine of "Thor's Town and John o' Groats - In Fact and Fiction". A small book that gives a written guided tour of Thurso and surrounding areas.<br /> <br /> This page contains a photograph of The Glupe at Duncansby Head, a sea arch.<br /> <br /> Situated on the Pentland Firth, Thurso is the most northerly town on the Scottish mainland. Thurso is a long established town with origins dating back to Viking times when it was an important Norse settlement, the major gateway to mainland Scotland.