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  1. 'Vestlandske Hovedveg' - an old and demanding road!

    <P>The road 'Vestlandske Hovedveg' is a beautiful part of the North Sea Cycle Route in Rogaland - but it is also the most demanding section. The path follows a straight line without any consideration for the steep hills!</P>
  2. "Black sun" over the marshes

    From <EM>Sea&nbsp;&amp; Sky</EM>, no. 6. 2001. Copyright: Turistgruppen Vestjylland.
  3. "Hitlertennene" på Brusand

    ©Hå kommune
  4. A Coastal Railway

    The 19th century saw a great boom in railway building throughout England, the North York Moors and coast were no exception. Serving both goods and passenger traffic nearly all the new lines were to close down within a hundred years.
    Photo:Alan Staniforth 2004 ©Alan Staniforth
    Photo:Alan Staniforth 2004 ©Alan Staniforth
  5. A feast of moors, floral seas and fruit

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    ©Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade/ Elbe e.V.
    ©Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade/ Elbe e.V.
    ©Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade/ Elbe e.V.
  6. A Marine Laboratory

    A building with its toe in the sea at the bottom of Robin Hood's Bay village has a shorter history than its design might at first indicate. The last of several buildings to occupy this site it was only completed as recently as 2000. However the design faithfully replicates an earlier building dating from the late 18th century.
  7. A rich cultural history!

    The section from Horten down to Åsgårdstrand consists of long sections of gravel roads and trails that are very easy to negotiate.
  8. A Year in the Life of the Bass Gannets

    Towards the end of January, as winter storms pound the Bass, there is a growing sense of anticipation at the Scottish Seabird Centre. All eyes are on the sea and sky, watching and waiting. Any day now, someone will spot white birds on the horizon -bigger and brighter than the gulls, gliding and diving with a graceful, powerful flight - and the good news will spread like wildfire: they're back! The first gannets have returned.
    Photo:Unknown Unknown ©East Lothian Council
    Photo:East Lothian Council 2005 ©East Lothian Council
  9. Abeline - the widow at the receiver of wrecks' farm in Haurvig

    From Sea &amp; Sky, no. 6, 2001. Copyright: Turistgruppen Vestjylland
  10. Aberdeen

    With its sparkling granite buildings, Aberdeen has one of Scotland's most enchanting skylines, while the old town has a magical air of time gone by. A fantastic range of first class restaurants and a vibrant nightlife combined with a thriving cultural calendar and shops galore, all help make Scotland?s third largest city well worth the trip.


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