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NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Cathkin BraesUK-Scotland  Great Britain  6567.48N10Radius Search
Middlefield LawUK-Scotland  Great Britain  152911.05SSE551Radius Search
Nutberry HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  171311.97SE886Radius Search
Common HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  160115.48SE564Radius Search
Cairn TableUK-Scotland  Great Britain  194615.88SSE1050Radius Search
Kirkland HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  167720.5SSE535Radius Search
DuncolmUK-Scotland  Great Britain  131620.84NNW1011Radius Search
Cort-ma Law - East TopUK-Scotland  Great Britain  172921.55N3Radius Search
Lecket HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  179521.71N315Radius Search
Auchineden HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  117122.09NNW354Radius Search
Meikle BinUK-Scotland  Great Britain  187022.6N777Radius Search
Hill of StakeUK-Scotland  Great Britain  171322.65WNW1605Radius Search
Blaeloch HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  133522.74WNW607Radius Search
DumgoyneUK-Scotland  Great Britain  140122.83N253Radius Search
Earl's SeatUK-Scotland  Great Britain  189623.27N1676Radius Search
TintoUK-Scotland  Great Britain  233323.3ESE1454Radius Search
Dungavel HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  167323.58ESE735Radius Search
Darrach HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  117124.54NNE144Radius Search
BenbeochUK-Scotland  Great Britain  151924.57SSW525Radius Search
Creuch HillUK-Scotland  Great Britain  144724.83WNW286Radius Search


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