Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Old Photograph Tulchan Bridge Glenisla Scotland
Old photograph of Tulchan Bridge in Glenisla, Angus, Scotland. Tulchan of Glenisla was once a hunting ground for Scottish kings, and previous lairds include Robin Hurt, a renowned African big game hunter and Lord Inchcape, who designated it a nature reserve because of its unique habitat for alpine flowers. The estate last changed hands in 1994 and is now owned by a trust based in Dundee.
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