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Identification Longshot and Talking Point 791


Brumas
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Good Evening All.

Obviously in Scotland but where what where exactly?

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QuizMan

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Fortunately the concrete kilt quickly went out of fashion

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Brumas

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QuizMan you obviously never met that Scottish WRAC I met in Aldershot!! ;o}}

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QuizMan

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Brumas - certainly not deflowered of Scotland then?

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Brumas

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QuizMan No comment, this is a family forum! ;o}

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Brumas

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A clue, it is in the Highland region of Scotland.

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Aitchbee

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I think that figure on top of that plinth is the lead guitarist from the heavy metal band AC/DC ... he's the nutter skoolboy that wears skirts ... I could be wrong.

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Brumas

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It has an IV postcode.

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Brumas

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I'm turning in now, G'Night All.

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Al94

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Ardgay. The view has changed a lot since then http://tinyurl.com/bqvv8zw

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Jock1e

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Nice one A194.Looks like an early bed now.

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