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Montrose Basin and the surrounding area

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Old Saturday 16th February 2019, 07:54   #26
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Originally Posted by andyadcock View Post
I think I know why Delia, no one can find the way in.........
Well I managed several visits from the mid-late nineties Including the walk from the Lurgies car park to Bridge of Dun (very pleasant).

I've added a couple of extra map links and another web site to the Opus article.

There's three main access points and at least one other I know of underneath the railway bridge. I've never been to the Shelduck and Wigeon hides, as they were a bit of a walk for me (at that time anyway!)

I didn't know about the viewing screen, can anyone tell me where the access point is for it?
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Viewing screen? do you mean the tv screen inside the visitors centre?

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