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Falkirk Wheel in Falkirk, Falkirk

See 223 photos from 1359 visitors about piece of engineering, water play, and park. "Great play area for the kids.

Explore #5 - Sunday, August 9, 2009 Now im pretty sure that this image is going to get fellow Flickr members guessing as to what this actually is.  Its taken on the return journey from here. This is the return journey with dramtic view across to the Scottish hills & River Clyde  The impressive Falkirk Wheel Visitor Centre now sits at the bottom of the wheel overlooking the large circular basin. Boats enter a lift 'caisson' at the bottom of the lift, and others can enter a similar caisson at…

Explore #5 - Sunday, August 9, 2009 Now im pretty sure that this image is going to get fellow Flickr members guessing as to what this actually is. Its taken on the return journey from here. This is the return journey with dramtic view across to the Scottish hills & River Clyde The impressive Falkirk Wheel Visitor Centre now sits at the bottom of the wheel overlooking the large circular basin. Boats enter a lift 'caisson' at the bottom of the lift, and others can enter a similar caisson at…

The Antonine Wall/Watling Lodge, Falkirk

The Antonine Wall/Watling Lodge, Falkirk

Radical rethinking of the Personal Mobility Vehicle (Yeah, you better pad that bum).

(Indian student designs Segway-style wearable electric personal transporter) Go Green. Gear up superhero style.

The Frontiers of The Roman Empire including Antonine Wall & Hadrian's Wall

The Antonine Wall. I saw it in Falkirk. Unlike Hadrian's Wall in England, the Antonine Wall was never a stone wall, but was rather a turf rampart fronted by a wide and deep ditch. It's amazing that after nearly years parts of it still survive.

Falkirk Wheel - From Antonine Wall

Falkirk Wheel - From Antonine Wall

The Roman Antonine Wall - Falkirk AD 150 (Wil) Scotland

“Wallace had drawn himself up on the ascent of the hill of Falkirk, and advantageously planted his archers on a covering eminence flanked by the legions of Badenoch.” ~The Scottish Chiefs Falkirk, Scotland