Cape Wrath


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Wrath, Cape,

promontory, Highland, NW Scotland. It is the northwestern extremity of the Scottish mainland. The headland, 368 ft (112 m) high, has a lighthouse.
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At last we were beaten so far to the south that we tossed and tacked to and fro the whole of the ninth day, within sight of Cape Wrath and the wild, rocky coast on either hand of it.
Cape Wrath is a promontory at the extreme north-west of which country?
It is their job to clear away explosives which missed their target on the ranges at Cape Wrath.
On the far north coast of Scotland, three miles from Cape Wrath, the most northwesterly point of the country, and 10 miles from the village of Durness.
No 1(Fighter) Squadron, based at RAF Lossiemouth, successfully released 2 live Paveway IV weapons at Cape Wrath Training Area as part of the Squadron s task to deliver the latest Typhoon capability upgrade, known as P1Eb.
I have been all over Scotland, as far as Cape Wrath and Smoo Cave, further than some Scots have been, but I will never be comfortable going to Scotland again.
Projects since include Blackpool, Cape Wrath, Red Riding, Basic Instinct 2, Nowhere Boy, Mrs Mandela, Doctor Who and a starring role in adaptations of Mark Billingham's Tom Thorne books for Sky1.
Also, does Trefor Davies not know that London is closer to Milan in Italy, than it is to Cape Wrath in north-west Scotland?
Paddy Drohan, 26, decided to take on the Cape Wrath Trail, generally regarded as the hardest walking challenge in Great Britain.
Sailors from HMS Diamond will be providing air defence as Royal Marines storm a remote area near Cape Wrath in a landing exercise.
Owner Alan Jones said: "Five of them were Claude Butlers - a red and white road bike, black Cape Wrath, silver Cape Wrath, two single speed Couriers, a Viking Retro roadbike and black and white Barrosa Monza.