Tuesday, 18 April 2017
Tour Scotland Video April Drive To Pitcairngreen Perthshire
Tour Scotland video of an April afternoon drive from Perth up the A9 road through Luncarty then West on the B8063 road on ancestry visit to Pitcairngreen, Perthshire, Scotland. The village's layout was designed in 1786 to have a green at the centre of it by James Stobie factor to John Murray, the 4th Duke of Atholl. Pitcairngreen was designed to be an industrial textile manufacturing village for Thomas Graham, a textile manufacturer. The village has a pub called the Pitcairngreen Inn, a village hall and a park or green which the village is built around.
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