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Over looking Ard Neakie, Loch Eriboll
Loch Eriboll is the deepest sea loch in the British Isles and was once used as a Naval anchorage.  In May 1945 it was the rendevous point for the surrender of German U Boats with over 30 arriving at the loch.  [url=http://www.streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?X=245201&Y=959939&A=Y&Z=115/] Map location. [/url]
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Over looking Ard Neakie, Loch Eriboll

Loch Eriboll is the deepest sea loch in the British Isles and was once used as a Naval anchorage. In May 1945 it was the rendevous point for the surrender of German U Boats with over 30 arriving at the loch. Map location.

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