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Identification Longshot/Talking Point 629


Brumas
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Good Evening All.

Told you it was easy ;o} Now pick the bones out of this one! click here

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Macscouse

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Is this on the Moray Firth?

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Bingalau

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Looks like it could be a famous person's burial place. Probably up in the wilds of Scotland. (or Ireland).

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Quickbeam

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All public fountains could end up guarded like this if the water shortage gets out of control!

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Quickbeam

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Looks like a fountain basin on the front to me.

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john bunyan

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I agree with Bingalau re Scotland or Ireland - maybe?

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Quickbeam

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Do dead Celts need to wash their plaid very often?

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Brumas

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Macscouse more like the Firth Of Clyde.

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Macscouse

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They used to have public toilets like this built into the Links along the Moray Firth. You had to go down about fifteen feet into the bowels of the earth.

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Brumas

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Quickbeam depends on how they were kilt ;o}

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Quickbeam

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Well it won't be for washing underwear...

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