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Images in this gallery relate to Aswan in southern Egypt covering the city, the River Nile and related sites except for more important places such as Philae, The Nubian Museum and Seheil Island Rock carvings.
Aswan Quarry EG949313ajhp 
 Aswan granite quarry levels layers hole marks Ptolemaic Roman period Egypt seen in this popular place, the quarry of the unfinished obelisk, visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. These remains of regularly cut holes are probably dating from Ptolemaic and Roman times when copper and iron tools were used, hundreds of year after the unfinished obelisk was abandoned. It is most interesting because of its sheer scale which, if completed, would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying as illustrated in this photo showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur possibly using a variant on the ‘feather and plug’ method removing the blocks of pink granite to be removed but from a much later period. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, chisel, marks, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, metal, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 1994, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, RDP, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG00459jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite huge side view long to top Quarry Aswan ancient Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG00458jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite channel base pounding Quarry Aswan Egyptian holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG00457jhp 
 Abandoned Obelisk Granite side trench Quarry insitu background Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG00456jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite huge side channel gully long view Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG00455jhp 
 Granite huge Quarry workings techniques holes metal working Aswan Egypt seen in this popular place, the quarry of the unfinished obelisk, visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. These remains of regularly cut holes are probably dating from Ptolemaic and Roman times when copper and iron tools were used, hundreds of year after the unfinished obelisk was abandoned. It is most interesting because of its sheer scale which, if completed, would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying as illustrated in this photo showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur possibly using a variant on the ‘feather and plug’ method removing the blocks of pink granite to be removed but from a much later period. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, metal, copper, iron, chisel, marks, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG00454jhp 
 Granite huge Quarry workings techniques chisel marks remains pink Aswan Egypt seen in this popular place, the quarry of the unfinished obelisk, visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. These remains of regularly cut holes are probably dating from Ptolemaic and Roman times when copper and iron tools were used, hundreds of year after the unfinished obelisk was abandoned. It is most interesting because of its sheer scale which, if completed, would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying as illustrated in this photo showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur possibly using a variant on the ‘feather and plug’ method removing the blocks of pink granite to be removed but from a much later period. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG00453jhp 
 Granite pink red Quarry chisel cuts workings techniques Aswan Egypt seen in this popular place, the quarry of the unfinished obelisk, visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. These remains of regularly cut holes are probably dating from Ptolemaic and Roman times when copper and iron tools were used, hundreds of year after the unfinished obelisk was abandoned. It is most interesting because of its sheer scale which, if completed, would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying as illustrated in this photo showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur possibly using a variant on the ‘feather and plug’ method removing the blocks of pink granite to be removed but from a much later period. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, chisel, marks, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, metal, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG00452jhp 
 Granite closeup quarry Ptolemaic Roman techniques slots line fracture technique Aswan Egypt seen in this popular place, the quarry of the unfinished obelisk, visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. These remains of regularly cut holes are probably dating from Ptolemaic and Roman times when copper and iron tools were used, hundreds of year after the unfinished obelisk was abandoned. It is most interesting because of its sheer scale which, if completed, would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying as illustrated in this photo showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur possibly using a variant on the ‘feather and plug’ method removing the blocks of pink granite to be removed but from a much later period. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, chisel, marks, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, metal, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG004515jhp 
 Granite pink grey Quarry workings panorama later techniques Aswan Egypt seen in this popular place, the quarry of the unfinished obelisk, visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. These remains of regularly cut holes are probably dating from Ptolemaic and Roman times when copper and iron tools were used, hundreds of year after the unfinished obelisk was abandoned. It is most interesting because of its sheer scale which, if completed, would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying as illustrated in this photo showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur possibly using a variant on the ‘feather and plug’ method removing the blocks of pink granite to be removed but from a much later period. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, chisel, marks, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, metal, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG004514jhp 
 Granite huge Quarry metal teeth late workings remains technique Aswan Egypt seen in this popular place, the quarry of the unfinished obelisk, visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. These remains of regularly cut holes are probably dating from Ptolemaic and Roman times when copper and iron tools were used, hundreds of year after the unfinished obelisk was abandoned. It is most interesting because of its sheer scale which, if completed, would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying as illustrated in this photo showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur possibly using a variant on the ‘feather and plug’ method removing the blocks of pink granite to be removed but from a much later period. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, chisel, marks, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, metal, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG004513jhp 
 Granite Quarry general overview old workings levels removed Aswan Egypt seen in this popular place, the quarry of the unfinished obelisk, visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. These remains of regularly cut holes are probably dating from Ptolemaic and Roman times when copper and iron tools were used, hundreds of year after the unfinished obelisk was abandoned. It is most interesting because of its sheer scale which, if completed, would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying as illustrated in this photo showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur possibly using a variant on the ‘feather and plug’ method removing the blocks of pink granite to be removed but from a much later period. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, chisel, marks, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, metal, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG004512jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite huge split side view fractured Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, chisel, marks, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, metal, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG004511jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite huge top view broken fracture Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, Ptolemaic, Roman, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, balls, pounded, pounding, copper, iron, chisel, marks, heat, charcoal, fracturing, split, metal, tools, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2000, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji, Velvia, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG9617232jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite huge top view centre fracture Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the end as can be seen in this photo. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 1996, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji RD, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG9617231jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite central over view fractured Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the end as can be seen in this photo. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 1996, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji RD, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG9617230jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite channel pounded trench Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred near the top. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 1996, slide, film, 35mm, format, Fuji RD, daylight, scanned, scan, Nikon, FM2, manual
Aswan Quarry EG02cf90178jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite huge damage fractured Quarry Aswan Egypt high view holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, ball, pounded, pounding, channels, gullies, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2002, Fuji S2, 35mm, format, digital, DSLR
Aswan Quarry EG02cf90179jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite Quarry Aswan Egypt general over view panorama holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, ball, pounded, pounding, channels, gullies, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2002, Fuji S2, 35mm, format, digital, DSLR
Aswan Quarry EG02cf90177jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite channel hole pounded Diorite Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, ball, pounding, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2002, Fuji S2, 35mm, format, digital, DSLR
Aswan Quarry EG02cf90176jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite channel gully long view fractured Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, ball, pounded, pounding, channels, gullies, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2002, Fuji S2, 35mm, format, digital, DSLR
Aswan Quarry EG02cf90175jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk deep channel gully long view Quarry Aswan Egyptian holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, Diorite, ball, pounded, pounding, channels, gullies, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2002, Fuji S2, 35mm, format, digital, DSLR
Aswan Quarry EG02cf90174jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite split side view fractured Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 2002, Fuji S2, 35mm, format, digital, DSLR
Aswan Quarry EG02155ajhp 
 Unfinished Ramses Colossus Granite abandoned hill top Tlaina Quarry Aswan Southern Egypt holiday package a popular place visited after considerable difficulty but thanks to my wonderful guide Suzanne Salama who arranged a taxi driver for me. The journey through the back streets, military zones and industrial sites was fascinating enough but even the taxi driver had to ask twice for directions. It was eventually not that far from a so-called sculpture park that I had ‘discovered’ the previous year on the same search but failed to find the colossus. There are other quarries and two in the Southern Quarry area of which Tlaina has this unfinished colossus, another statue is at Shallal Quarry while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. It is thought that a fracture in the shoulder of this statue of Ramses 11 might be why it was abandoned and further down the hill an unfinished square base has also been found as well as evidence of a ramp or track way that was being prepared for its transportation when completed.

The famous unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies or channels with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Southern, Tlaina, quarry, granite, pink, red, colossus, Ramesside, Ramasses, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, hill, top, onlookers, locals, Egyptians, 2002, negative, film, 35mm, format, daylight, scanned, scan
Aswan Quarry EG02154ajhp 
 Unfinished Colossus Granite abandoned head face Ramses Tlaina Quarry Southern Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited after considerable difficulty but thanks to my wonderful guide Suzanne Salama who arranged a taxi driver for me. The journey through the back streets, military zones and industrial sites was fascinating enough but even the taxi driver had to ask twice for directions. It was eventually not that far from a so-called sculpture park that I had ‘discovered’ the previous year on the same search but failed to find the colossus. There are other quarries and two in the Southern Quarry area of which Tlaina has this unfinished colossus, another statue is at Shallal Quarry while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. It is thought that a fracture in the shoulder of this statue of Ramses 11 might be why it was abandoned and further down the hill an unfinished square base has also been found as well as evidence of a ramp or track way that was being prepared for its transportation when completed.
The famous unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies or channels with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Southern, Tlaina, quarry, granite, pink, red, colossus, Ramesside, Ramasses, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, hill, top, onlookers, locals, Egyptians, 2002, negative, film, 35mm, format, daylight, scanned, scan
Aswan Quarry EG02153ajhp 
 Unfinished Colossus Granite base feet abandoned Tlaina Quarry Southern Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited after considerable difficulty but thanks to my wonderful guide Suzanne Salama who arranged a taxi driver for me. The journey through the back streets, military zones and industrial sites was fascinating enough but even the taxi driver had to ask twice for directions. It was eventually not that far from a so-called sculpture park that I had ‘discovered’ the previous year on the same search but failed to find the colossus. There are other quarries and two in the Southern Quarry area of which Tlaina has this unfinished colossus, another statue is at Shallal Quarry while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. It is thought that a fracture in the shoulder of this statue of Ramses 11 might be why it was abandoned and further down the hill an unfinished square base has also been found as well as evidence of a ramp or track way that was being prepared for its transportation when completed.

The famous unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies or channels with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Southern, Tlaina, quarry, granite, pink, red, colossus, Ramesside, Ramasses, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, hill, top, onlookers, locals, Egyptians, 2002, negative, film, 35mm, format, daylight, scanned, scan
Aswan Quarry EG02152ajhp 
 Unfinished Colossus Granite rear Egyptians locals abandoned Tlaina Quarry Southern Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited after considerable difficulty but thanks to my wonderful guide Suzanne Salama who arranged a taxi driver for me. The journey through the back streets, military zones and industrial sites was fascinating enough but even the taxi driver had to ask twice for directions. It was eventually not that far from a so-called sculpture park that I had ‘discovered’ the previous year on the same search but failed to find the colossus. There are other quarries and two in the Southern Quarry area of which Tlaina has this unfinished colossus, another statue is at Shallal Quarry while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. It is thought that a fracture in the shoulder of this statue of Ramses 11 might be why it was abandoned and further down the hill an unfinished square base has also been found as well as evidence of a ramp or track way that was being prepared for its transportation when completed.

The famous unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies or channels with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Southern, Tlaina, quarry, granite, pink, red, colossus, Ramesside, Ramasses, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, hill, top, onlookers, locals, Egyptians, 2002, negative, film, 35mm, format, daylight, scanned, scan
Aswan Quarry EG02151ajhp 
 Unfinished Colossus Granite abandoned fractured rear Tlaina Quarry Southern Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited after considerable difficulty but thanks to my wonderful guide Suzanne Salama who arranged a taxi driver for me. The journey through the back streets, military zones and industrial sites was fascinating enough but even the taxi driver had to ask twice for directions. It was eventually not that far from a so-called sculpture park that I had ‘discovered’ the previous year on the same search but failed to find the colossus. There are other quarries and two in the Southern Quarry area of which Tlaina has this unfinished colossus, another statue is at Shallal Quarry while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. It is thought that a fracture in the shoulder of this statue of Ramses 11 might be why it was abandoned and further down the hill an unfinished square base has also been found as well as evidence of a ramp or track way that was being prepared for its transportation when completed.

The famous unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies or channels with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, landscape, Southern, Tlaina, quarry, granite, pink, red, colossus, Ramesside, Ramasses, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, hill, top, onlookers, locals, Egyptians, 2002, negative, film, 35mm, format, daylight, scanned, scan
Aswan Quarry EG94423jhp 
 Unfinished Obelisk Granite huge abandoned fractured Quarry Aswan Egypt holiday package a popular place visited usually after the package tour excursion to Philae Island as it is located in the Northern Quarries on the outskirts of Aswan itself. There are other quarries and two in the South Quarry area have an unfinished colossus while another has an unfinished sarcophagus. The unfinished obelisk is the most interesting because of its sheer scale, if completed it would have been one of the largest ever cut out but it gives an idea of the techniques used to extract these monsters. Around the area are the remains of other stone quarrying showing how holes were cut in the rock in a series of runs that allowed fractures to occur and for the blocks of pink granite to be removed. Diorite, a very hard mineral stone was used as hammer balls to pound the granite and on either side of this obelisk can be seen deep gullies with bowled floors showing the depth penetrated. This obelisk is thought to have been abandoned when a fracture occurred at the very far end. 
 Keywords: Egypt, Aswan, River, Nile, Nubia, upright, landscape, Northern, quarry, granite, pink, red, obelisk, unfinished, workmanship, techniques, huge, scale, abandoned, fractured, history, antiquity, ancient, Egyptian, package, trip, Egyptology, entrance, 1996, slide, film, medium, format, transparency, 645, Bronica, ETRSi, daylight, scanned, scan

Scotland > Aberdeenshire Coast (26 files)

Pictures in this library relate to the sea and the coasts around Aberdeenshire from St Cyrus to the Moray Firth along to Cullen and include fishing villages of Gourdon, Johnshaven, the town of Stonehaven, beach at Balmedie, Cruden Bay, Forvie, Bodham Point near Peterhead, Fraserburgh, Rosehearty, Pennan, Macduff, Banff, Whitehills, Portsoy, Sandend, Portknockie, Bow Fiddle Rock.
Todhead Coastline jkl8240jhp 
 Todhead Catterline sea waves crashing rocks Forley Craig coast northwards Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8238jhp 
 Todhead sea waves crashing rocks dramatic winter Mearns Aberdeenshire Scottish located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8234jhp 
 Todhead power foam sea waves action crashing rocks cliffs North Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8233jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing rocks spectacular powerful Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8228jhp 
 Todhead North Sea waves crashing rocks stones lichen action Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, upright, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8227jhp 
 Todhead headland Catterline sea rocks bay Braidon Millhill cliffs winter Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8226jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing rocks stones cliff Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, upright, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8223jhp 
 Winter Scottish Todhead headland Catterline sea waves rocks bay Braidon Forley cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8222jhp 
 Todhead Catterline Scotland sea waves bay Forley Craig coastline Mearns Aberdeenshire located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8220jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8219jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scottish winter located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8216jhp 
 Todhead headland Catterline sea waves crashing rocks bay Braidon Scottish coast cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
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Todhead Coastline jkl8213jhp 
 Todhead sea waves crashing rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland winter located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8209jhp 
 Todhead headland cliffs sea waves crashing rocks southwards Scottish Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, south, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8208jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing rocks reflections sun cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, south, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8204jhp 
 Todhead Scotland North sea waves crashing pounding cliffs Mearns south Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, southwards, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8201jhp 
 Todhead headland Scottish winter sea waves crashing rocks sunshine cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, south, southwards, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8199jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing explosive waves rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, upright, south, southwards, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8195jhp 
 Todhead sea waves crashing rocks cliffs dramatic Mearns Aberdeenshire Scottish located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, south, southwards, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8194jhp 
 Todhead headland pudding round stones rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, upright, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8193jhp 
 Todhead headland pudding stone rocks lichen cliffs geology Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8188jhp 
 Todhead headland coast north sea waves rocks bay Braidon Millhill cliffs Forley Mearns Aberdeenshire located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8187jhp 
 Todhead headland Catterline sea waves crashing rocks bay Braidon Millhill cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Fraserburgh Harbour Waves TO21661JHP 
 Fraserburgh Foreshore Summer Wave Action Harbour Wall North East Scotland Aberdeenshire with strong incoming tide crashing onto rocks on the coast near the entrance to the harbour and pounding on the breakwater wall. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Grampian, Scottish, North, sea, East, Aberdeenshire, Fraserburgh, rocks, sea, crashing, foam, waves, foreshore, harbour, wind, upright, summer, town, coast, beach, tides, tidal, white, clouds, clear, sky
Fraserburgh Harbour Waves TO21647JHP 
 Fraserburgh Harbour Wall Summer Storm Sea Waves Action Photo North East Scotland in Aberdeenshire with strong incoming tide crashing onto rocks on the coast near the entrance to the harbour and pounding on the breakwater wall. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Grampian, Scottish, North, sea, East, Aberdeenshire, Fraserburgh, rocks, sea, crashing, foam, waves, foreshore, harbour, wind, landscape, summer, town, coast, beach, tides, tidal, white, clouds, clear, sky
Fraserburgh Harbour Wall TO21659JH 
 Fraserburgh Harbour Wall Pounded Scottish Summer Storm Waves North Sea Aberdeenshire in North East Scotland. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Grampian, Scottish, North Sea, East, Aberdeenshire, Fraserburgh, rocks, sea, crashing, foam, waves, foreshore, harbour, green, wind, upright, town, coast, beach, tides, tidal, pools, cliffs, headland, white, clouds, clear, sky

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