NT1884 : On yonder hill there stood a coo......

taken 13 years ago, near to Aberdour, Fife, Great Britain

On yonder hill there stood a coo......
On yonder hill there stood a coo......
...it's no there noo it must've shifted (William McGonagall).
Alternative: On yonder hill there stood a doocot ...
...it's no there noo cos someone took it.

Looking south across pastures green toward Edinburgh. Arthur's Seat just visible.

Braefoot Bay Gas Terminal far right. Locals campaigned fiercely in the 70s to stop the building of the Gas Terminal. You might remember the Shell slogan/jingle... "Keep going well, keep going Shell. You can be sure of Shell!" well some clever locals coined a new slogan... "Just one slight error in navigation... and we can all go with Shell!".
Two companies - Shell Expro and ExxonMobil, jointly operate the Braefoot Bay Marine Terminal.

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Aberdour, Fife.
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Monday, 22 August, 2005   (more nearby)
Monday, 22 August, 2005
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WGS84: 56:2.6175N 3:19.0710W
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