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Scotland > Historic Properties (11 files)

This gallery has photographs of Scottish Castles and Fortresses, Stately Homes and Gardens, old churches or kirks and includes most of the following:
Auchindoir Church; Auchindoun Castle; Balmoral Castle; Balvenie Castle; Bass of Inverurie; Bellabeg Motte; Braemar Castle; Brodie Castle; Castle Fraser; Corgarff Castle; Corrichie Monument; Corse O’Neil Castle; Craigellachie Bridge; Crathes Castle; Crathie Kirk; Dalgetie Castle; Deer Abbey; Drum Castle; Duff House; Duffus Castle; Dunnideer; Dunnottar Castle; Elgin Cathedral; Esslemont Castle; Fasque House; Fetternear House; Findlater; Fordyce; Fyvie Castle; Gairnshiel Bridge; Glenbuchat Castle; Haddo House; Hallforest Castle; Huntly Castle; Inchdrewer Castle; Invercauld Bridge O’Dee; Kildrummy Castle; Kincardine O’Neil Kirk; Kindrochit Castle; Kinloss Abbey; Kinneff Church; Knock Castle; Leith Hall; Mar Lodge; Marnoch Kirkyard; Mid Mar Kirk; Monymusk Kirk; Peel of Lumphanan; Pitmedden Gardens; Pluscarden Priory or Abbey; Ruthven Barracks; Slains Castle; Tolquhon Castle; Tullich Kirk; Fort George;
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6362hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman Camp garrison archaeology Perthshire Scottish farmland plateau was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans locateed near the River Tay. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6361hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman Camp ditches River Tay Perthshire Scotland farmland plateau was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6359hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman Camp fort site River Tay Perthshire Scotland undulations plateau was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6357hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman fort site garrison ditch excavation Perthshire Scotland plateau was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans located ner nthe River Tay. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6357hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman fort site garrison ditch excavation Perthshire Scotland plateau was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans located ner nthe River Tay. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6354hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman Camp garrison Caledonia sign information Scottish history farmland plateau was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans located near the river Tay. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6352hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman Camp garrison River Tay Perthshire Scottish farmland northwards was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6349hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman Camp garrison Tayside Scotland farmland approach plateau was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans located near the River Tay. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6346jhp 
 Inchtuthil Roman Camp garrison River Tay Perthshire Scotland entrance plateau was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6367hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman Camp fort site south west Perthshire Scotland farmland plateau was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans located near the River Tay. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried
Inchtuthil Roman Camp qwe6366hp 
 Inchtuthil Roman Camp panorama Perthshire Scotland farmland plateau overview was the largest and longest used military garrison in Scotland during the occupation by the Romans located on alarge plateau near the River Tay. Reached along a rough farm road from where the B947 joins the A984 Dunkeld road. Drive down the farm road until you see the river and then turn up past Delvine Gardens Cottages and along the rough track until you reach Roman Camp sign. For an interesting description of the site and its excavation read Last British Frontier by Alastair Moffat and published by Birlinn. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perthshire, Kinross, council, Stanley, River, Tay, Tayside, Inchtuthil, Roman, Camp, garrison, fortified, complex, Caledonia, incursions, Dunkeld, road, riverbank, plateau, flat, farmland, field, cattle, grazing, archaeology, ditches, mounds, undulations, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, clouds, white, sunny, excavated, destroyed, dismantled, buried

Scotland > Other Scotland (12 files)

Photographs taken in the mid 90's mainly for the AA Publishing & Ordnance Survey Highland and Islands Guide book using transparency film covering the Highlands of Scotland from Inverness, northwards through Easter Ross to Wick and Thurso, along the Northern Coast, down the West Coast, including the Islands of Skye and Mull. Other material included was gathered for other AA Publishing Guides including Shetland, Pitlochry and Tayside. New photographs are now included from 2012 book commission travels in Angus, Perth, Kinross, Trossachs and Tayside.
North Inch Street qwe9686jhp 
 Scotland Perth City North Inch street museum art gallery bus traffic lights at the south end of the North Inch Road bridge and located near a wide open large grassy public park of the same name which is the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, sandstone, streets, Museum, art, gallery, classical, columns, bus, traffic, lights, croosed, yellow, lines, landscape, summer, grass, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, arches
North Inch Street Front qwe9689jhp 
 Scottish Perth City North Inch bridge street houses painted terraces near to a wide open large grassy public park called North Inch at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, upright, summer, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, terraces, houses, painted, flower, baskets, columns, decorated, carvings
North Inch Park qwe9702jhp 
 Scotland Perth City North Inch River Tay park trees playing area a wide open large grassy public park at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, floral, display, borders
North Inch Park qwe9699jhp 
 Scotland Perth City North Inch River Tay park battlefield a wide open large grassy public park at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, floral, display, borders
North Inch Park qwe9696jhp 
 Scotland Perth City North Inch floral displays public park battlefield a wide open large grassy public park at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, floral, display, borders
North Inch Park qwe9677jhp 
 Scotland Perth City North Inch River Tay park riverside battlefield a wide open large grassy public park at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, riverbank, riverside
North Inch Park qwe9654jhp 
 Scottish Perth City North Inch River Tay park trees battlefield a wide open large grassy public park at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, floral, display, borders
North Inch Park qwe9647jhp 
 Scotland Perth City North Inch River Tay park terraces houses a wide open large grassy public park at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, floral, display, borders
North Inch Bridge qwe9672jhp 
 Scottish Perth City North Inch bridge River Tay sculptures riverbank southside located near a wide open large grassy public park called North Inch at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, riverbank, sculpture, fish, osprey, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, arches
North Inch Bridge qwe9668jhp 
 Scotland Perth City North Inch bridge River Tay flowers riverbank located near a wide open large grassy public park at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, riverbank, sculpture, fish, osprey, tree, upright, summer, flowers, display, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, arches
North Inch Bridge qwe9665jhp 
 Scottish Perth City North Inch bridge River Tay seat flowers riverbank located near a wide open large grassy public park called North Inch at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, riverbank, sculpture, fish, osprey, tree, landscape, summer, flowers, display, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, arches
North Inch Bridge qwe9662jhp 
 Scotland Perth City North Inch bridge arches southbank River Tay water located near a wide open large grassy public park called North Inch at the historical site of the Battle of the Clans between the Chattan’s and the Kay’s in a staged settlement of a dispute between two groups of 30, fought to the death, with victory for the Chattans under the decree of King Robert 111 of Scotland in 1396. Perth is now a major thriving Scottish City, north of Edinburgh and a key centre for those travelling north to Aberdeen or into the Highlands especially by the most scenic route through Braemar, is located on the River Tay with a recorded existence certainly from Pictish times, if not earlier. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Perth, Perthshire, City, Kinross, council, River, Tay, North, Inch, road, bridge, park, buildings, streets, riverbank, sculpture, fish, osprey, trees, landscape, summer, grass, green, sunny, sunshine, blue, sky, arches, southbank

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