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Turbine blades hit the road

SCOTTISH and Southern Energy has started transporting turbine blades from Kyle Harbour to Skye Aerodrome.

From Skye, the blades will be taken to Stronelaig wind farm near Fort Augustus. The route will be along the A87 and the A887 east from Skye. The harbour lower level car parking bays in Kyle will be closed off for the duration of the deliveries. Alternative parking will be available. Deliveries will be slow moving and under police escort. A weekly delivery schedule will be issued to the local community.

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