The impressive Corra Linn, is a 27m high waterfall. It is described as Britain’s largest waterfall (in terms of volume of water). It is not the tallest, that would be Eas-Coul-Aulin near Kylesku at just over 200m.

As you can see, there was not a lot of water coming over it when the shot was taken.

Corra Linn is on the river Clyde, close to the New Lanark World Heritage Site, a beautifully restored 18th century cotton mill village in Southern Scotland.

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Related shots can be found at: Lowland Scotland.

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  • Sheilz
    Sheilzabout 7 years ago

    Fabulous view of the waterfall. Give a good sense of its size.

  • Maureen Bloesch
    Maureen Bloeschalmost 7 years ago

    great capture, but would like to see the sign cropped

  • I thought about it, but I lef it in because it says the name of the falls.

    – Tom Gomez

  • Travis Easton
    Travis Eastonover 6 years ago

    Considering the number of places in Oz named after UK locations t wouldn’t surprise me if the naming wasn’t an accident, nice shot and impressive drop.

  • Thanks Travis, I took this about 6 years ago, so the camera was pretty low res. I intend a trip there this summer, so I hope to get some better pictures.

    I’m not surprised at the name similarities, especially Scottish place names. The Scots are everywhere …

    – Tom Gomez

  • Travis Easton
    Travis Eastonover 6 years ago

    I live in croydon tomorrow I’m going to work in Cheltenham, today waverley, friday mulgrave, can’t escape ahhhhh ;-), good to chat Tom.

  • My cousin lives in Mentone, Victoria. He said exactly the same thing about all the place names.

    – Tom Gomez

  • rodsfotos
    rodsfotosover 6 years ago

    Not the same force of water that day but a wonderful viewpoint, there are so many places I want to visit in Scotland , just hope I live long enough to see them all, thanks so much for the link to these photos Tom, all beautiful photos and so well documented.,
    Regards, Rod.

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