Down Memory Lane, March 26 2021

Nature has taken over some of the buildings at the site.
Nature has taken over some of the buildings at the mystery site.

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Name the historic location!

The Courier is putting readers’ knowledge and attention to detail to the test again by asking who can name another historic location based on small details from the site.

In the past, eagle-eyed readers have identified some of Campbeltown’s most iconic buildings, as well as sites a little more remote. This week, these photographs were all taken at one specific location in Kintyre.

Do you recognise the features? Can you name the location? See next week’s Courier to find out if you are correct.