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TP5757 - Royl Field
29th Sep 2012 10:56 by Da Lipper
Set off from Maywick through Deepdale, past the Grey Stane of Boxna to Royl Field. Didn't spend long on top as it was quite windy and cold. Was a bit hazy today so couldn't see Foula or Fair Isle. Found the Geocache nearby and had a look at the Mosquito Plane crash site. Walked back along the sea cliffs to Maywick and was thoroughly knackered when i got home! Great day out though.
30th Sep 2011 11:35 by martine41
A more interesting walk to & from trig than is usual, seeing local crofters caaing sheep, the remains of a crashed WW2 Mosquito aircraft and a close view of a hare. Immediate surroundings of the trig are plain but views veering between SSE and N impressive.
10th Aug 2003 17:25 by arranc
With Arran. Bonxies in attendance. Column stained purple with bird droppings. Foula. Bressay, Noss. two-thirds of British Marilyns now visited!
3rd Aug 2002 12:00 by peregrinus
No details noted. FB given as 10598 - Access:parking at 416295