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Hi Mel,

Great photo. I would love to be able to see this old tower. Alas, a long way from my home here in the middle of the USA. Any idea what it had been at one time. About what age is it?

Take care, Cameron

Viewpoint is called 'Queen's View'.

The Lecht Mine originally (1730-37) produced iron ore, then subsequently reopened as a manganese mine (1841). This building dates from that time and the manganese ore was crushed here using water-wheel power, but finally ceased production in 1846. An attempt to revive the mine was made in 1863 but failed, and the mill devoid of its water-wheel and machinery still stands as testimony to 'industrial archaeology'.

Invermark Castle remains, by Water of Lee (Glen Esk).

Iron footbridge with lattice-girder pylons with ball finials, wire rope cables, rod suspenders and lattice truss span. One of a number of similar bridges over the River Dee.

Cracking shot of a very dramatic sunset, Great sky, LIKE, All the best, steve

A forest of masts; the tallest being the Cairn-mon-earn radio transmitter.

On the Hill of Auchlee.

Auchindoir Church.

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