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Panoramic View over the River Forth from Wallacetown

Today this isn't the most attractive view in Scotland, it is said that William Wallace used this vantage point in 1298 to watch the advancing English army prior to the Battle of Falkirk. On the extreme left you can see the Kincardine Bridge, in the centre is the chimmney of Longannet Power station and on the right is Grangemouth refinery.

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