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   monster  Saturday May 30 02:46 PM

May 30th, 2020: Ghost Island

Belnahua, Scotland. One of the Slate Islands. A row of abandoned workers' cottages greets you, left behind after the quarrying stopped and WWI started. Food and even water had to be shipped in, and once the menfolk left for war, life there became untenable for the remaining inhabitants, who left too.


This image is from the Mountain and Sea Scotland blog, the other info gleaned from The Scotsman, an article brought to my attention by our very own Slate Island Dwellar



limey  Saturday May 30 06:50 PM

Already planning to charter a trip there when lockdown relaxation permits.


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monster  Saturday May 30 08:22 PM

wait for meeeeeee!


(I wish)



monster  Saturday May 30 08:27 PM

eeeek! The image went huge! I swear it wasn't when I first posted -my description was definitely on three lines sorry



Griff  Sunday May 31 07:21 AM

That pic deserves to be big.



Gravdigr  Sunday May 31 11:20 AM

I could use about 15,000 of those slate pieces.

I don't know what for right off the top o'my head, but, I'd find a use for 'em.

A piece about 4.5 feet by 9 feet with a pool table wrapped around it would be a good sart...



limey  Sunday May 31 12:06 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Gravdigr View Post
I could use about 15,000 of those slate pieces.

I don't know what for right off the top o'my head, but, I'd find a use for 'em.

A piece about 4.5 feet by 9 feet with a pool table wrapped around it would be a good sart...
We've got 'em on our doorstep. And in the house.

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