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The Aberdeen Shore Porters Society ranks as one of Europe’s oldest continuing businesses and is believed to have roots going back to the 1100s but with firm records from 1498. It is now engaged in removals and storage.

As a burial ground, Glasgow Necropolis dates from 1838 when it was opened to accommodate rising mortality as a function of Glasgow’s ballooning population as a consequence of growth of heavy industry during the Industrial Revolution. The site holds 50,000 burials of which 3500 have memorials.

The Holy Loch is a Sea Loch, a part of the Cowal peninsula coast of the Firth of Clyde, in S.W. Scotland. Dimensions are: one mile wide and two-three miles long dependent on tidal conditions.The name is believed to date from the 6th century, when Saint Munn landed there after leaving Ireland.