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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). http://canmoremapping.rcahms.gov.uk/index.php?action=do_advanced&idnumlink=33952

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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