A view on Fishing,Community and Life on the NW coast of Scotland

Unusual arrivals.

I have never been a car or bike follower. For me they get you from A to B, most of the time anyway.


But these do catch the eye.


Never got to speak to the owners as I was just landing prawns and they tend to be day visitors.


Comments on: "Unusual arrivals." (6)

  1. Astonishing that the baby Austin should get that far! I have a photo of my grandparents standing proudly in front of theirs taken in the mid 1920s.

  2. […] has been prompted by the Unusual arrivals post at Applecrosslife on 10th May; among some exotic machinery which had successfully negotiated […]

  3. Wow that’s amazing that it made it up and over the pass…I’ve seen lots of modern cars struggle. That road of yours does seem to attract some crazy cars 🙂

    • applecrosslifeattheedge said:

      A few passing places would have been used. We get all shapes and sizes coming over, it being in the national geographic as one of the top ten drives in the world.

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