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Tour Scotland Video Beautiful Winter Drive Through The Scottish Highlands

Tour Scotland Winter video of a beautiful, though overcast, drive on a single track road on ancestry, genealogy visit to the Scottish High...

Tour Scotland Video Photographs Album 22



Tour Scotland video of photographs Album 22 on ancestry, genealogy, visit to Scotland. Including ancestry, genealogy, visit to Abdie New Church, Abdie Pictish Symbol Stone, Aberfeldy Black Watch Monument, Auchterarder, Alyth, Anstruther Fishing Boat, Anstruther West Church, Applecross Inn Wester Ross, Balcomie Golf Course, Ardler Church, Balgonie Castle, Ballinbreich Castle, Ballinshoe Tower, Balmerino, Blair Castle Highland Perthshire, Blairgowrie, Braveheart, Burleigh Castle, Cambusmichael Church and Cemetery, Castle Campbell, Castle Moil, Cellardyke, Clam MacRae Monument Sheriffmuir, Claypotts Castle, Cleish Church, Clydesdale Horses, Coaltown Of Wemyss, Collessie Church, Commando Monument at Spean Bridge, Crail Harbour, Crathie Church, Creich Castle, Croft Moraig Standing Stone Circle, Cupar Mercat Cross, Cupar Unicorn, David Douglas Memorial Scone, Deeside, Dunalastair Loch, Dundee, Dunino Church, Dunkeld Cathedral, Dunkeld River Tay, Dunning Church, Dupplin Castle, Dupplin Pictish Cross, Dysart, Ealaghol Isle Of Skye Inner Hebrides, Eassie and Nevay Church, East Neuk of Fife, East Wemyss Church, Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh Grassmarket, Eilean Donan Castle, Falkirk Wheel, Fearnan Loch Tay, Fergusson Gallery Perth, Fife, Fishing, Flisk Cemetery, Forteviot Church of St Andrew, Forth Railway Bridge, Forth Road Bridge, Glamis Pictish Stone, Glamis Pictish Stone, Glen Quaich, Glencoe Highlands, Glenlyon, Glenshee, Grandtully Castle, Greyfriars Bobby, Greyfriars Kirk, Greyfriars Kirkyard, Highland Cows, HMS Unicorn, Jim Clark Memorial, John Dewar Gravestone, Kenmore Bridge, Kenmore Wedding, Killin, Kilmany Church, Kilrenny Church, Kinnoull Cemetery, Kinross High Street, Kirkton Of Airlie, Kirriemuir Cemetery, Kyleakin, Ladybank Golf Club, Loch Kinardochy, Loch Ness, Loch Shieldaig, Loch Tay, Logie Church, Lonbain Highland Clearances Village, Lonbain Thatched Cottage, Lundie Churchyard, Luthrie, Madderty, Milnathort, Monimail, Moot Hill Scone Palace, Muckhart Golf Course, Muthill Parish Church, Neil Gow's Oak Tree, Newburgh, Newport on Tay, Newtyle Church, North Carr Lightship, Old Flisk Church, Perth and Kinross, Perth Bridge, Pitcur Castle, Pitlochry Highland Games, Pittenweem, Portmoak Church, Quiraing Road, Restenneth Priory, River Dee, Salmon Fishing, Scotlandwell, Stirling Bridge, Tay Railway Bridge, Torridon, Tullibardine Chapel, Wallace Monument, Wemyss Parish Church, Wormit Harbour.

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Tour Scotland Video Photographs Album 21



Tour Scotland video of photographs Album 21 on ancestry, genealogy, visit to Scotland. Including ancestry, genealogy, visit to Abbot House Dunfermline Fife, Aberlemno Pictish Stones, Abernethy Cemetery Perthshire, Andrew Carnegie Birthplace, Anstruther Lifeboat, Ballater Railway Station, Blair Atholl Highland Perthshire, Blair Castle, Braemar Castle, Bridge Of Balgie, Castle Campbell, Cellardyke Harbour, Coupar Angus Abbey, Crail East Neuk Of Fife, Croft Moraig Stone Circle, Cruden Bay, Culross, Delgatie Castle, Dunfermline Abbey, Dunkeld Cathedral, Dunning Cemetery, Dupplin Pictish Cross, Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh Greyfriars Bobby, Edinburgh St Giles Cathedral, Edradour Whisky Distillery, Elcho Castle, Errol, Falkland Palace, Falls Of Dochart Killin, Folk Museum in Ceres, Forth Railway Bridge, Glamis Castle, Glen Quaich, Glencoe Highlands, Glenfarg Garden, Glenlyon, Highland Cow, Huntly Castle, Kenmore, Killin Bridge, Kinloch Rannoch, Kirriemuir Peter Pan, Lindores Abbey, Loch Ness, Loch Rannoch, Loch Tay, Loch Tumme, Lower Largo, Lower Newtyle Salmon Fishing Beat, Meikleour Beech Hedge, Perth Car Boot Sale, Pittenweem Coast, Queens View Loch Tummel, River Braan, River Tay, River Tummel, Robinson Crusoe Lower Largo, Rossie House, Rumbling Bridge, Schiehallion Mountain, Highland River, Highland Scenery, Scottish Bagpiper, Scottish Highland Sheep, Scottish Sheepdog, South Queensferry, St Andrews Castle and Cathedral, St Andrews Old Golf Course, Swilcan Bridge, St Monans, St Monans Wedding, St Serfs Church Dunning Stained Glass, Thornton Highland Games.

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Tour Scotland Video Photographs Album 20



Tour Scotland video of photographs Album 20 on ancestry, genealogy, visit to Scotland. Including ancestry, genealogy, visit to Aberfeldy, Balvaird Castle, Billowness Fife, Black Cuillins Isle of Skye, Blackford Highland Games, Blair Castle, Bradystone House, Bridge Of Balgie River Lyon, Carnoustie, Castle Campbell, Clan Donald Centre, Crail East Neuk Of Fife, Crieff Highland Perthshire, Croft Moraig Standing Stones Circle, Culloden Battlefield, Old Leanach Cottage, Dunfermline Abbey, Dunkeld Cathedral, Dupplin Pictish Cross, Edradour Whisky Distillery, Edzell Castle, Eilean Donan Castle, Elgol Skye Inner Hebrides, Falkland Palace, Fowlis Wester Church and Cemetery, Glamis Castle, Glen Quaich, Glencoe, Glenlyon, Highlands, Isle of Ornsay Lighthouse on Eilean Sionnach, Isle Of Skye Pipe Band, James Pringle Weavers Inverness, Kilmuir Museum Skye, Kyle Of Lochalsh, Kyleakin Sunset, Loch Leven Castle, Loch Lomond, Loch Ness, Loch Tay, Mallaig Armadale Ferry, Meikleour Beech Hedge, Monikie Cemetery, Muthill Old Church, Nessie, Newton Bridge Sma Glen, Perth Model Railway Show, Piper, Pitlochry, Pittenweem, Plockton, Quiraing Road, River Braan Falls, Scottish Antique Centre, Sligachan, Skye Wedding, St Andrews Old Golf Course, St Monans Church, Stanley Mills, Stirling Castle and Wallace Monument, Tullibardine Whisky Distillery.

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Tour Scotland Video Hutchinson Memorial Hut Eastern Highlands



Tour Scotland wee video of photographs of the Hutchinson Memorial Hut and Bothy on ancestry, genealogy visit to the Cairngorms in the eastern Highlands of Scotland. The Hutchison Memorial Hut was built in 1954 with kind permission of the Trustees of the late Duke of Fife as a mountain refuge in Coire Etchachan at a height of about 2,500 feet. Its erection was made possible by funds subscribed by friends of the late Doctor Arthur Gilbertson Hutchison of Aberdeen, who was killed in a climbing accident in Pembrokeshire in 1949. The construction was carried out by W J Brown builders of Aberdeen with assistance in transport of materials etc from members of local climbing clubs and others.

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Tour Scotland Video Cairngorms



Tour Scotland wee video of photographs of the Cairngorms mountain range on ancestry, genealogy visit to the eastern Highlands of Scotland. The Cairngorms feature the highest, coldest and snowiest plateau in the British Isles and are home to five of the six highest mountains. In 1964, physicist Peter Higgs of Edinburgh was walking in the Cairngorms when he had his famous idea about symmetry-breaking in the electroweak theory, now a key element of the standard model of particle physics. The eponymous Higgs boson was eventually detected by experiment in 2012

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Tour Scotland Video Ruthven Barracks near Ruthven in Badenoch



Tour Scotland wee video of photographs of Ruthven Barracks near Ruthven on ancestry, genealogy visit to Badenochand and Strathspey near Kingussie, Scotland. The barracks at Ruthven were completed in 1721. The barracks accommodated 120 troops and 28 horses for dragoons. In August 1745 a unit of 12 British soldiers, commanded by a Sergeant Terrence Molloy of the 6th Regiment of Foot, defended the barracks against 200 Jacobites and lost just one man. The following year Molloy surrendered to a larger force of Jacobites, commanded by John Gordon of Glenbucket. On the day after the Battle of Culloden in 1746, some 3,000 Jacobites retreated to Fort Ruthven but they were sent home by Prince Charles Edward Stuart as their situation was hopeless. The departing Jacobites destroyed the barracks on 17 April 1746.. The remnants remain.

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