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Shipping hazard - c1976
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Shipping hazard - c1976

This is the culprit that destroyed a large part of Cromarty Harbour when it broke its moorings. On the right hand edge of the photo is part of the dredger.
Picture added on 04 October 2012 at 16:51
Comments:
Campbell didn't supply a date, but this may be something I remember. In the late 70s there was a chain of floating tanks, one end of which was tied to the base of the harbour, just in front of the wall. The other end was moored around a 100 yards offshore. I never knew what they were.
Added by Garve Scott-Lodge on 04 October 2012
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