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The Inchindown Tunnels

Hidden beneath the Hills near Invergordon is the fantastic place known locally as the Tunnel.
Built between 1938 and 1941 for use during World War Two, the Inchindown oil storage facility comprises six monstrous tanks – 778ft long, 30ft wide and 44ft high.

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The Plan to Bomb the Stacks

The Plan to Bomb The Stacks Duncansby Head is the most northeasterly part of the Scottish and British mainlands, slightly northeast of John o’ Groats.

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Do Something Different

Many People travel the Route and fail to do simple things that can make a trip an unforgettable experience.We always maintain that people should travel

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Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace Leave no trace is a common statement you will find and hear when travelling to and around the Highlands of Scotland. Many

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What3Words is a Saviour

What3Words is an App that we have for a long time recommended everyone have on their mobile devices, whether they are Travelling the Route or

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Caithness, and Why Not

Caithness, And Why Not…       Caithness is a land of open, rolling farmland, moorland with many scattered settlements of small Towns and Villages.

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Partners

  Since we started Scotland’s Route 66 our aim has always been to help those wanting to travel the Route and those running businesses on

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What’s It All About

This is our Blog page where we hope to bring you, Stories about the Route, Its History, Its Culture, things to see and do, and all the Latest News from around the Route.

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