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|A rather nice old three-wheeler||A view from near Anwoth|
|Couple of lovely old cottages||The 17th Century chapel where Samuel Rutherford was minister.|
|Typical of the area - the "Belties"||The area is steeped in history.|
|Coast of the "mull" from Port William||Looking the other way - towards Port William.|
|Typical cottage of the West.||Inland country - near Newton Stewart.|
|Village port of Drummore||Gatehouse-of-Fleet|
|Kircudbright from across the river.||The view towards Kircudbright.|
|Port Logan, on the Mull of Galloway.||Mull near its tip - the Western side.|
|Windy day at Portpatrick||Portpatrick harbour entrance|
|The Harbour exit at Portpatrick||The inner harbour at Portpatrick|
|Rough seas at Port.||The seafront at Portpatrick|
|From the Eastern end of Port.||Whithorn harbour at low-tide|
|The Port William harbour at low tide||More at Port William|
|The RNLI flag flying at Portpatrick||A lovely deserted road!|
|A lovely quiet scene, near Whithorn||St. John's Town at Dalry|
|Another of St. Johns||Isle of Whithorn village|
|Harbour at Isle of Whithorn||LAST - a commercial shot of storm weather.|
We returned there, in 2002, for more. For these pictures, click thumbnail pic.
We returned again, twice, in 2003, and loved it so much that we decided to move here upon my retirement from paid work in December 2003. So the October 2003 holiday was quite exciting! There wasn't a lot that answered our requirements, but one did, and we went for it. For more on that, see my personal site.
However, for the images of the times we spent then and subsequently, see this link...
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All pictures were taken by and copyright of Alan Newble. 2001-2006.