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This container ship has been in the Clyde Estuary all week

Helensburgh from the Upland Walk

From the Helensburgh Upland Walk. The layers are Gareloch, Rosneath Peninsula,River Clyde,Greenock and the Hills of Arran

Sundown scene, Helensburgh Pier

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  1. OH I miss all that!

  2. I thought I’d long grown out of shipspotting, but then came the internet. I believe the ship is ‘Sealand Performance’, until recently one of the Loch Striven “raft” of laid up container ships. Some interesting comment on the impact on this locally at: http://forargyll.com & http://clydesights.com/2009/06/loch-striven-anchorage.html

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