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Bass Rock
Title: Bass Rock
Description: The Bass Rock sits offshore near North Berwick and is 350 ft (106.5m) high. As well as the lighthouse and foghorn station there are thousands of very noisy seabirds, mostly Gannets. The rock hosts the third largest gannetry in the world. The birds can be seen via TV cameras which relay live pictures to the Seabird Centre in North Berwick.
Date: September 2001
Bass Rock
Title: Bass Rock
Description: This view is from Tantallon Castle shows the Bass Rock with the Isle of May to the right.
Date: September 2006
Bass Rock
Title: Bass Rock
Description: This view shows the lighthouse from the top of the rock on a very foggy day! In the distance is the East Lothian shore.
Date: June 1975
Bass Rock
Title: Bass Rock
Description: The foghorn is well sited at the mouth of the Firth of Forth estuary and can be heard in Fife on foggy days.
Date: June 1975
Bass Rock
Title: Bass Rock
Description: A view of some of the thousands of seabirds on the rock.
Date: June 1975
Bass Rock
Title: Bass Rock
Description: A nesting gull close-up.
Date: June 1975
Bass Rock
Title: Bass Rock
Description: A view of the rocky cliffs which surround the rock.
Date: June 1975
Bass Rock
Title: Bass Rock
Description: The nesting grounds with constantly flying gulls overhead.
Date: June 1975
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