Tour Scotland Travel Video Summer Drive East Shore Road To Parish Church Invergowrie

Tour Scotland Summer travel video of a road trip drive East on Shore Road through Kingoodie to the parish church in Invergowrie on ancestry visit to the church in Inchture on ancestry visit to Perthshire, Scotland. The Church of Scotland building is of early Gothic style with a square tower and an open timber roof which dates from 1909. The architect was John Robertson. Invergowrie village is located on the north west bank of the Firth of Tay to the west of Dundee. The village was formerly part of the estate of Mylnefield. The quarry at Invergowrie supplied important sites around the UK, stone being included in the base of Nelson's column and St Katherine's Docks in London. The quarry workers hit a spring at the beginning of the 20th century and the quarry filled with water. Blog post of interest to folks with ancestry, genealogy or Scottish Family Roots in Scotland who may wish to travel and visit one day.

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