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In pictures: baton relay day 20 - Moray

The Queen's Commonwealth Games baton is travelling around Moray.

RAF Winchman, Mark Lean decends a helicopter with the baton. Picture by Chris Radburn.
RAF Winchman, Mark Lean decends a helicopter with the baton. Picture by Chris Radburn.

It has visited RAF Lossiemouth, Buckie, Cullen and Fochabers. It will also visit Mosstodloch, Hopeman, Kinloss, Forres and Elgin. The baton kicked off its day in Moray by arriving in a helicopter. Picture by Chris Radburn.

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It was then passed to a RNLI lifeboat by RAF Winchman, Mark Lean. Pictures by Chris Radburn and SAC Scott Ferguson.

RNLI batonbearer, Carl Cowie took the baton to the bow of the boat. Picture by Chris Radburn.

After a tour of the lifeboat the crew brought the baton safely back to dry land. Picture by Chris Radburn.

James Murdoch poses with the baton near the Cullen viaduct. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Crowds cheer as the baton arrives with Cara Farquhar at Milne's Primary School, Fochabers. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Allan Duncan and Elspeth Jenkins take the baton to the War Memorial, Forchabers. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Soldiers from the Kinloss Barracks clap as Leslie Pearson passes with the baton. Picture by Ben Birchall.

Peter Robertson and Graeme Ferguson (right) take the baton to Grant Park, when it visits Forres. Picture by Ben Birchall.

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