Monday, 17 April 2017
Tour Scotland Video Easter Monday Drive To The Sma Glen Highland Perthshire
Tour Scotland Easter Monday video of a drive on the A822 road to The Sma Glen near Crieff in Highland Perthshire, Scotland. This was one of the traditional drove roads along which cattle could be moved on the hoof. It linked Highland and Lowland Scotland. Its present name is a modern one for originally it was known as An Caol Ghleann, The Narrow Glen. Bonnie Prince Charlie marched through the glen on his way to the infamous massacre at Culloden in 1746. In the 18th century General Wade built a military road through the glen. King Malcolm III of Scotland also marched through the glen to recover his kingdom from the usurper Macbeth.The Romans even built a fort and watchtower at Fendoch.
All photographs are copyright of Sandy Stevenson, Tour Scotland, and may not be used without permission.
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 ...