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Seil, Bridge Across the Atlantic

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Seil, Bridge Across the Atlantic
Argyll and Bute - Clachan Seil, Strathclyde, Scotland
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Clachan Sound separates the island of Seil from the Scottish mainland on the northern coast of Argyll. Because the Sound is linked to the Atlantic Ocean on both ends, this simple stone bridge linking Clachan on the mainland with Clachan Seil on the island is known as The Bridge Across the Atlantic. Seil is a delightful small island, but even smaller is Easdale, reached only by ferry from the conservation village of Ellenabeich, on the western shore of Seil.

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