Old Photograph Road To Aberfeldy Gilmerton Scotland

Old photograph of cottages, houses and church by the road to Aberfeldy in Gilmerton near Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland.

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Old Photograph Pony Trekking Glendevon Scotland

Old photograph of Pony Trekking in Glendevon, Perthshire, Scotland. This Scottish glen is located near the small town of Auchterarder and Gleneagles Hotel. The glen stretches south eastwards from the source of the River Devon to Yetts o' Muckhart.

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Old Photograph St. Mary's Tower House Birnam Scotland

Old photograph of St. Mary's Tower house in Birnam, Perthshire, Scotland. Sir John Everett Millais and Beatrix Potter were often visitors to this mansion house.

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Old Photograph Sauchie Scotland

Old photograph of shops, houses and cottages in Sauchie located North East of Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland. The land here originally belonged to Clan Campbell, being mentioned in connection with Cailean Mór and Gilleasbaig of Menstrie. In 1321 Robert the Bruce granted the lands of Sauchie to Henry de Annand, former Sheriff of Clackmannan.

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Old Photograph Cumberland Stone Culloden Battlefied Scotland

Old photograph of the Cumberland Stone on the battlefield at Culloden, near Inverness, Scotland. According to local legend, the Cumberland Stone, by Culloden Moor, marks the spot where on the morning of the battle the Butcher Duke of Cumberland took breakfast. The huge stone served the purpose of his table, and later in the day was used by him as a vantage point to survey the field of battle. On 8 April 1746, Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, set out from Aberdeen for Inverness, and, on 16 April, his army fought the decisive Battle of Culloden, in which the Stuart forces were completely destroyed. Cumberland ordered his troops to show no quarter against any remaining Jacobite rebels. His troops traversed the battlefield and stabbed any of the rebel soldiers who were still alive. When Cumberland learned that a wounded soldier lying at his feet belonged to the opposing cause he instructed a major to shoot him; when the major, James Wolfe, refused to do so, Cumberland commanded a private soldier to complete the required duty.

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Old Photograph Sheephousehill Scotland

Old photograph of cottages, houses and children in Sheephousehill by Fauldhouse in West Lothian, Scotland.

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Old Photograph Graves Of The Clans Culloden Battlefied Scotland

Old photograph of the graves of the Clans on the battlefield at Culloden, near Inverness, Scotland. This is the area where many of the wounded Clansmen died and were buried. The principal graves are on an elevated piece of ground and consist of two or three grass covered mounds rising slightly above the adjoining land. There are clan graves of the Mackintoshes, MacGillivrays, Macleans, Maclachlans and Atholl Highladers, Stewarts of Appin, Camerons, Campbells, Frasers and others including Alexander MacDonald chief of the Keppoch MacDonalds.

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Old Photograph Hardgate Street Haddington Scotland

Old photograph of children on Hardgate Street in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland.

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