Identification Longshot and Talking Point 743

  Brumas 23:27 PM 05 Oct 12
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Good Evening All.

I’m turning in so I shall leave this is GENUINE UNIDENTIFIED POSTCARD for the night shift.

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  Brumas 23:29 PM 05 Oct 12

I'm turning in, G'Night All.

  rdave13 00:14 AM 06 Oct 12

Buteman, between your good self, and JB, we mere mortals have no chance :)

  rdave13 00:28 AM 06 Oct 12

Jock1e LOL, but a lot of geographical sense. Me - I'm useless with maps, TomToms, compasses and Brumas' ILTP's.

  Woolwell 16:36 PM 06 Oct 12

Dunoon. We also had it a few months back No 635

  Brumas 17:37 PM 06 Oct 12

Woolwell As usual, I have deleted the original and cannot find the actual postcard so I shall rely on your damn good memory and consider this one solved. Dunoon it is then. I only wish I could green tick, I have emailed FE and he says the backroom boys will be on the job on Monday.

  Woolwell 17:49 PM 06 Oct 12

Brumas - I wish I could remember other things as well.

  Aitchbee 20:17 PM 07 Oct 12

Dunoon (Argyll & Bute) 'Fort (on) the river'.

Dun (Scottish Gaelic) 'fort';

obhainn (Scottish Gaelic adjectival variant of abh) 'river'.

Recorded as Dunhoven in 1270 and Dunnovane in 1476. Traces of a 12th-century castle, and possibly an even earlier fort, can be found on a rock above the pier of this resort on the Clyde.

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