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"Scotland can proudly boast some of the most scenic .
It was a good game for us to challenge us and see where we need to be at and what we need to work on. "Spokesman Richard Ardern said: "I have thought this would be a good idea for some time, especially since high backed seats started becoming the norm, thus restricting views down the carriage. "An added bonus on the Far North Line would be the likelihood of being able to see our iconic red kites and other birds of prey and seabirds. Ardern said stretches that would particularly benefit included under hills along the Dornoch Firth and along the "wonderful" Brora to Helmsdale coastal strip. He said another spot with dramatic views was Raven's Rock gorge, to the north of Strathpeffer on the Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh line. Kat Jones, of the RSPB, Air Force One Brown
the break. South twice cut the deficit to 12 in the third before the Highlanders (2 1) pulled away for good. Sierra Carrier led North's balanced scoring attack with 17 points. Kelly O'Malley added 12, and Makayla Daniels and Ally Gambill scored eight apiece. Senior Sara Henderson had 18 points to lead the Rebels, who defeated North Salem 67 33 and Sprague 60 27 in their first two contests. "Our first games were a little bit easier, and it's good to build off of that, especially after last year's record," Guerra said. "So those were two good wins, and we are going to learn from our mistakes in this game.
who has travelled on the Glacier Express, said: "It would be absolutely fantastic in Scotland, so long as there wasn't an extra charge like in Switzerland. "It would provide an amazing, all round view out of both sides of the train because you don't get a Nike Air Force Black And Pink sense of the steepness of the hillside in places like the Pass of Brander [on the Oban line], and Killiecrankie [near Pitlochry].
"However, campaign group Railfuture Scotland said improving the view from each end of the train was a better option. Research officer Ken Sutherland said: "Providing front/rear end views would probably have greater priority benefits in delivering an improved 'passenger experience' on trains operating over Scotland's scenic/tourist lines. The panoramic front/rear end window views offered from the trains operating on Strathclyde's electrified lines in the 1960s were a major selling point for many passengers, but regrettably ended with later refurbishment. "Portillo's call chimes with the Scottish Government's Transport Scotland agency requiring bidders for the new ScotRail franchise to provide "scenic trains" for such routes. The winner will be announced in the autumn. These could include "enhanced observation opportunities for passengers" and trees being cleared beside the lines. A Transport Scotland spokesman said: "Train enthusiasts the world over appreciate the beauty Grey Air Force
of Scotland's extensive rural network and we are always keen to hear the views of those who want to experience it at its best.
ned it over on four of their first six possessions and trailed 6 0 midway through the opening quarter. North led 20 9 after 8 minutes and 30 15 at Air Force Men Shoes
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