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Plodda Falls by Andrew Tryon
Plodda Falls by Andrew Tryon

Plodda Falls is one of Scotland’s hidden treasures – a spectacular waterfall cascading past towering trees. These incredible falls plunge vertically for around forty metres into a twisting gorge. There is a dizzying observation tower at the top of the falls and a winding path that leads down along the falls as the tumble. Lord Tweedmouth, a rich brewer and Liberal Member of Parliament bought this area from Laird Fraser in 1856. He planted the magnificent Douglas fir, larch, grand fir and redwoods, and built Guisachan House. The house is long gone, but the legacy of fine trees lives on. (Tomich, Scotland)

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