Duncansby Head


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Duncansby Head

or

Duncansbay Head,

sandstone cliff, 210 ft (64 m) high, Highland, NE Scotland. It is the northeastern extremity of the Scottish mainland.
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But yesterday, Police Scotland said that the body of a woman had been recovered in the Duncansby Head area.
LOTS TO SEA Clockwise from top left: the ornate Italian Chapel, Mey Castle, Duncansby Head and StenaLine ferry
It showed the collier Duncansby Head which had run aground at the Groyne on April 19, 1976.
In 1973, having walked more than 1,000 miles in 47 days from Duncansby Head to Land's End, Fulton decided to 'only make art resulting from the experience of individual walks'.
He also served on HMS Duncansby Head with the reserve fleet at Rosyth.
e 4,400-ton collier Duncansby Head had beached in dense fog on the soft sand alongside the Groyne lighthouse at South Shields.
THE INN AT JOHN O'GROATS Sea stacks at Duncansby Head, near John O'Groats
Mariners claim lives were at risk and say it proves the folly of pensioning off the light keepers for Duncansby Head, on Pentland Firth, less than a year ago.
Then I went up to Duncansby Head, as it gives a much better view.
Thousands of sightseers gathered throughout the day to see the Duncansby Head, beached on soft sand alongside the Groyne.