Old Photograph Steam Train Glen Fruin Kittybrewster Aberdeen Scotland
Old photograph of the steam train Glen Fruin in Kittybrewster, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The D34 Class locomotives, commonly known as the Glen Class, were built with superheaters. Glen Fruin, Scottish Gaelic: Gleann Freòin, is a glen in Scotland, adjacent to Loch Lomond. It was the site of the Battle of Glen Fruin, one of the last clan battles in Scotland, in which an estimated 300 warriors on foot from the MacGregor Clan claimed victory over an estimated 600 to 800 men from the Colquhoun Clan on horse back. The road from Glen Fruin to Loch Long was known as Scottish Gaelic: Rathad Mòr nan Gàidheal, in English, The High Road of the Gaels or Highlanders.
Tour Scotland video of old photographs of Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The traditional industries here were fishing, papermaking, shipbuilding, and textiles Of interest to folks with ancestry, genealogy or Scottish Family Roots in Scotland who may wish to visit one day.
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