HMS Ark Royal, flagship of the Royal Navy, makes her way up Loch Long (past the Argyll Forest Park) from the Firth of Clyde to the Glenmallin Jetty where she will "deammunition" prior to withdrawal from service after 25 years. This farewell tour of duty will continue, from Wednesday next week, round the north coast of Scotland bound for Newcastle, close to where she was built at Wallsend - picture by Donald MacLeod 12.11.10 - mobile 07702 319 738 - clanmacleod@btinternet.com - www.donald-macleod.com
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HMS Ark Royal, flagship of the Royal Navy, makes her way up Loch Long (past the Argyll Forest Park) from the Firth of Clyde to the Glenmallin Jetty where she will "deammunition" prior to withdrawal from service after 25 years. This farewell tour of duty will continue, from Wednesday next week, round the north coast of Scotland bound for Newcastle, close to where she was built at Wallsend - picture by Donald MacLeod 12.11.10 - mobile 07702 319 738 - clanmacleod@btinternet.com - www.donald-macleod.com

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