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Big tide at the Doosh
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Big tide at the Doosh


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Picture added on 14 January 2008
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where is the Doosh?
Added by Geofflinnitt on 14 January 2008
The Doosh is a Dovecot and saltwater shower at the entrance to Elwick Bay Shapinsay.
Added by Crikes on 15 January 2008
The Douche, also known as the Dishan Tower, was apparently built in the 1600s as a doocot. It was converted to a salt water shower about the time of the completion of Balfour Castle in 1848.

Added by Fiona on 16 January 2008
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