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A wet day in Campbeltown

Looking down main street on a wet September day. The rain doesn't seem to do the Palm trees any harm. The building with the Spire is the Town Hall, erected in 1760 to replace an earlier building. The original timber spire was replaced with the stone one you see today in 1778. Map location.

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