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Lossie life

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Since leaving Belfast I've been living here in Lossiemouth, on the Moray Firth coast in the North East of Scotland. Lossie has a long history going back to the 1700's as a fishing and port community, serving Elgin and the Moray hinterland.

Beach View

Billed in the past as the Scottish Riviera, as a holiday resort it has, perhaps, seen better days, but it is kept busy as a town by the adjacent RAF Lossiemouth airbase.  The worlds biggest, busiest and best Tornado base.

ZA490 over the north coast


The entrance to the West Basin

There is a excellent Fisheries museum in Lossiemouth. But, now that the fishing industry has declined, the harbour at Lossie is used mainly by pleasure craft. There is a active cruising club.

Yachts in the East Basin

Another  notable feature of Lossie, is the Moray Golf club.

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A feature of the Moray Firth are the bottlenose dolphins that live in the area.  I am very lucky in that I can occasionally see them from my living room!


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