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Holehead Radar

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Holehead weather radar, 2007
Holehead weather radar
© Alan Pitkethley

Holehead radar, or Holehead weather radar, is named after the 551 foot (168 m) hill on which it is sited, and which form part of the Campsie Hills which lie to the north of Glasgow.

Holehead weather radar replaces the former radar on Corse Hill (NS 59913 46446), which was removed from service due to the installation of the Whitelee wind farm farm project, and the danger of interference from the rotating turbine blades.[1]

Although the radar station was photographed in 2007, and this page was first created in September 2009, none of the online mapping services, or aerial imagery, showed the existence of the station at the time.


1 Scottish Power Renewables, Whitelees project, airport radar objections.

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