Cramond Island

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… great place to visit …

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… but check the tides …
you do not want to get stuck on the island

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… the causeway disappears at high tide …

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… and watch out for all the broken glass and rubbish  left
by other selfish visitors who don’t know what a dustbin is
and wouldn’t dream of taking their rubbish home with them …
(rant over)

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… great views up and down the Forth …

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… WWII defences …

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… not maintained in any way …

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… but great to explore …

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… I’m not police so I did enter …

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… the causeway is roughly a mile long
and the island is small …

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… but information on the island is sadly lacking …

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… you can find out more here …

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… and here

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(I thought I’d walked to Easter Island!)

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~ by marysia on 5 September 2015.

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