Sunday, 9 July 2017
Tour Scotland Video 7 Scots Royal Regiment Stirling
Tour Scotland video of 7 Scots Royal Regiment of Scotland in Stirling, Scotland. The 7 Scots Royal Regiment of Scotland marching on part of their Freedom of the City Parade Stirling. The parade began at Stirling castle at 11 am led by combined military and pipe band. The parade then marched down Broad Street before turning right and heading along Corn Exchange Road to the Albert Halls. The Parade the marched along Dumbarton Road to Port Street and finally up to Old Viewforth. The Royal Regiment of Scotland is the senior and only Scottish line infantry regiment of the British Army Infantry. It consists of five regular and two territorial battalions. The regiment was awarded the Freedom of the city.
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