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Photos by Jack Richardson Page last updated: 2021-08-22

August 2021

Walked past here on the way to a walk up Lowther Hill.

Wanlockhead is the highest village in Scotland, at an altitude of 467 metres, and home to a lead mining museum. I can also recommend driving the Mennock Pass from Mennock to Abington. Very scenic.

The only obvious change since the earlier pictures were taken is the addition of a VSat dish for telemetry.

The use of 4 yagis suggests difficulty in getting a good signal from Darvel.

Parked in the village, I noticed that FM radio from Black Hill chucked in a decent signal on the nationals and the likes of Clyde. You can also see the masts while coming down Lowther Hill. I wonder what the signal from Black Hill would have been like here?

Part of Wanlockhead and the view as seen by the yagis towards Darvel 24 miles away.

Wanlockhead index

Black Hill A | Darvel

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