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Whaligoe is a small port in Scotland, UK, where the access is made by descending on more than 300 man-made steps (hence the name Whaligoe Steps). It was once a landing place for fishing boats. The amazing exposure at Whaligoe Steps is located in the northern part of the Inner Moray Firth Basin. The outcrops show the slowly dipping (SW - SSW) Devonian rocks, fractured along two main directions (NE-SW and WNW-ESE). For more details about the geology of the Inner Moray Firth Basin see Tamas et al., 2019; Tamas et al., 2020.