Tour Scotland Video Halloween Cookies Scottish Bakers Shop Window Glasgow



Tour Scotland video of Halloween cookies in a Scottish Bakers shop window on ancestry visit to Glasgow, Scotland. The word Halloween means hallowed evening or holy evening. It comes from a Scottish term for All Hallows' Eve, the evening before All Hallows' Day.

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Tour Scotland Autumn Video Autumn Walk In Rain Pitlochry Highland Perthshire



Tour Scotland Autumn video of a walk in the rain in the town of Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland. This Scottish town is largely a Victorian town, which developed into a tourist resort due to Queen Victoria visiting the area in 1842, and the arrival of the railway in 1863. It remains a popular tourist resort today

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Old Photograph Railway Station Oxton Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Oxton, Scottish Borders, Scotland. This was the only intermediate station on the Lauder branch of the North British Railway. It was opened by the Lauder Light Railway on 2 July 1901, and closed to regular passenger traffic (with the line as a whole) on 12 September 1932.

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Old Photograph South Street Bo'ness Scotland

Old photograph of shops, houses and people on South Street in Bo'ness in West Lothian, Scotland.

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Old Photograph Newburgh On Ythan Scotland

Old photograph of cottages and people in Newburgh On Ythan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. During the nineteenth century, Newburgh was a main sea port for the nearby town of Ellon. A number of clipper ships sailed to destinations all over the globe to deliver tea and other cargoes and coal barges sailed up the east coast to offload at the quayside. Several of the wealthier clipper sea captains built houses in the village and named them after their most frequent ports of call. Hence several imposing properties exist in the village such as Shanghai house, Santa Cruz and Sydney house.

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Old Photograph Railway Station Burghead Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Burghead located eight miles North West of Elgin, Moray, Scotland. This intermediate station was opened on 10 October 1892 to supercede the older station on the extension of the line from Burghead to Hopeman. It was closed to regular passenger traffic on 14 September 1931.

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Old Photograph Cairnbulg Scotland

Old photograph of the railway station in Cairnbulg located four miles East of Fraserburgh, Scotland. The line opened in 1903 and closed in 1965.

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Old Photograph Golf Course Largs Scotland

Old photograph of golfers on the golf course at Largs in Ayrshire, Scotland. In 1891 a small number of local businessmen organised a meeting in St Columba’s Church hall with the main item on the agenda being the acquisition of land and members to form what now is known as Largs Golf Club.

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