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Still driving the north coast of Scotland, here along the Loch Eriboll.
A quite intriguing feature is Ard Neakie, it looks like a would-be island on its eastern shore, attached to the mainland by a narrow strip of sand and shingle.

* The loch was used as a naval anchorage for much of the 20th century. Loch Eriboll was the site of the surrender of the German U-boat fleet in May 1945. Between the 10th and 20th May, over thirty U-boats came into Loch Eriboll.

Source: Oops! can’t remember, I will have another search on internet and fill it in later on...
Found it back:
IVM.ORG.UK
https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205159880

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