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8 It is a geological boundary or fault line that separates the Dalradian rocks of the highlands from the Devonian terrain of Scotland’s mid-section. It can be traced as far as Clare Island on the Atlantic coast of Ireland. It is visually obvious in terms of the changes in landscape at many locations along its length, with, generally, mountains and moorland to the north and lower lying plains and valleys to the south..

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