Fakaofo Atoll

Fakaofo known formerly as Bowditch Island

The actual land area is only about 3 km ², on a coral reef. The main settlement is Fale towards the western side of the atoll on Fale Islet. The island was sighted in 1835 by the whale ship General Jackson, was named Bowditch, this island. ...
Cricket ground in front of church tower.

Taunton is the county town of Somerset, England

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Burray is located in Orkney Islands

Burray is the third island

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Gigha is located in Argyll and Bute

Gigha is a small island

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Great Bernera is located in Outer Hebrides

Great Bernera was the first pre-stressed concrete bridge

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Marchington is a small village, the main settlement

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Lyness - coming into the ferry terminal

Lyness is a village, the now main point of entry

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Scalpay is located in Outer Hebrides

Scalpay, Outer Hebrides is an island

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Kalamos

Kalamos island is a former community and a mountainous island

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Saint John Capisterre Parish is the second largest parish

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Bridges over the Brisbane River

Bridges over the Brisbane River was part of a larger plan

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Whitchurch, Pembrokeshire is civil parish and a small village

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