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Forth & Clyde and Union Canals 3 - Croy to Falkirk

Forth & Clyde and Union Canals 3 - Croy to Falkirk


Postby JFT_96 » Thu Jan 24, 2019 9:01 pm

Date walked: 24/01/2019

Time taken: 4.33 hours

Distance: 20.5 km

Ascent: 96m

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Auchinstarry Marina


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Campsie Hills


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Forth & Clyde Canal


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Forth & Clyde Canal


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Approaching the M90


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Cowden Hill at Bonnybridge


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Falkirk Wheel


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Mini Kelpies at the Falkirk Wheel


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Union Canal to the Falkirk Wheel


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Union Canal


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The Wooden Spoon Seagull barge


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Falkirk Tunnel


Some of the wildlife spotted along the canal

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Roe Deer


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Roe Deer


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Roe Deer


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Mute Swans


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Mute Swans


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Goldeneye Duck


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Magpie


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Grey Squirrel


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Grey Squirrel
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