Sunday, 19 February 2017
Old Photograph Low Torry Fife Scotland
Old photograph of shops, houses and cottages in the former mining village of Low Torry located between Torryburn and Newmills near Valleyfield, Fife, Scotland. Sir James Erskine, 3rd baronet of Torrie was born in 1772 at Torrie House in Fife. He was a successful professional soldier as well as a collector and an amateur artist. Erskine served with Wellington in the Napoleonic Wars and was personal secretary to King George III between 1802 and 1804. Captain Graham Ford, who in 1905, took the helm of The Royal Research Ship Discovery, made famous by Scott of the Antarctica, was from Newmills and married a local woman.
All photographs are copyright of Sandy Stevenson, Tour Scotland, and may not be used without permission.re of the
View the most recent Tour Scotland photographs.
Tour Scotland travel video of Winter snow just five days before Christmas in Glen Etive , near Glencoe , on ancestry visit to the Highland...
Tour Scotland video of old photographs of Lenzie situated six miles from Glasgow , Scotland . Lenzie was built in the 19th century as a co...
Old photograph of women walking on the sea wall at the harbour in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland . In 1394 the Abbot John Gedy and the monks of ...