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Just below the surface of much of Caithness lie high quality beds of sandstone, the strata almost horizontal and easily extracted with basic tools and plenty of sweat. This Caithness flagstone has been exported all over the world from the small harbour at Castletown, where this old boathouse stands. The flag- stone industry reached its height at the beginning of the 1900s, employing over 500 people and loading 700-800,000 feet of stone onto small schooners every year. Today the harbour and quarries are silent, except for visitors who come to marvel over the flagstone-built harbour & buildings, guided along an interpretation trail that explains the rise and decline of this remarkable industry. The boat-house is garlanded with wildflowers and old ropes, decaying boats and old tyres - age unexpectedly transforming ugliness into beauty.