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Pictures in this library relate to the sea and the coasts around Aberdeenshire from St Cyrus to the Moray Firth along to Cullen and include fishing villages of Gourdon, Johnshaven, the town of Stonehaven, beach at Balmedie, Cruden Bay, Forvie, Bodham Point near Peterhead, Fraserburgh, Rosehearty, Pennan, Macduff, Banff, Whitehills, Portsoy, Sandend, Portknockie, Bow Fiddle Rock.
Todhead Coastline jkl8240jhp 
 Todhead Catterline sea waves crashing rocks Forley Craig coast northwards Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8238jhp 
 Todhead sea waves crashing rocks dramatic winter Mearns Aberdeenshire Scottish located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8234jhp 
 Todhead power foam sea waves action crashing rocks cliffs North Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8233jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing rocks spectacular powerful Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8228jhp 
 Todhead North Sea waves crashing rocks stones lichen action Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, upright, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8227jhp 
 Todhead headland Catterline sea rocks bay Braidon Millhill cliffs winter Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8226jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing rocks stones cliff Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, upright, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8223jhp 
 Winter Scottish Todhead headland Catterline sea waves rocks bay Braidon Forley cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8222jhp 
 Todhead Catterline Scotland sea waves bay Forley Craig coastline Mearns Aberdeenshire located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8220jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8219jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scottish winter located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8216jhp 
 Todhead headland Catterline sea waves crashing rocks bay Braidon Scottish coast cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8213jhp 
 Todhead sea waves crashing rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland winter located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8209jhp 
 Todhead headland cliffs sea waves crashing rocks southwards Scottish Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, south, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8208jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing rocks reflections sun cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, south, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8204jhp 
 Todhead Scotland North sea waves crashing pounding cliffs Mearns south Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, southwards, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8201jhp 
 Todhead headland Scottish winter sea waves crashing rocks sunshine cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, south, southwards, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8199jhp 
 Todhead headland sea waves crashing explosive waves rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, upright, south, southwards, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8195jhp 
 Todhead sea waves crashing rocks cliffs dramatic Mearns Aberdeenshire Scottish located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, south, southwards, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8194jhp 
 Todhead headland pudding round stones rocks cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, upright, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8193jhp 
 Todhead headland pudding stone rocks lichen cliffs geology Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8188jhp 
 Todhead headland coast north sea waves rocks bay Braidon Millhill cliffs Forley Mearns Aberdeenshire located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Coastline jkl8187jhp 
 Todhead headland Catterline sea waves crashing rocks bay Braidon Millhill cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located south of Catterline is the former Todhead Lighthouse on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven standing pudding stone cliffs. The cliffs stick out on a small headland but with sheer drops into the North Sea but offering spectacular views of the sea pounding on the rocks below and views northwards along the coast from Braidon Bay and to the distant Forley Craig beyond Catterline, famous for its seafood restaurant. The lighthouse was built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson and is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Braidon, Bay, Millhill, Forley, Craig, Kinneff, Kirk, Crown, Jewels, regalia, hidden, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, crashing, pounding, breaking, white, foam, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, coastline, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime

Scotland > Historic Properties (6 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;
Todhead Lighthouse jkl8212jhp 
 Todhead Lighthouse buildings lantern tower Victorian clifftop Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located near Catterline on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven stands vacantly over the pudding stone cliffs. Built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson it is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Kinneff, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, upright, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Lighthouse jkl8211jhp 
 Todhead Lighthouse redundant pudding rock cliffs Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located near Catterline on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven stands vacantly over the pudding stone cliffs. Built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson it is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Kinneff, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Lighthouse jkl8191jhp 
 Todhead Lighthouse winter buildings stone clifftop Mearns Kincardineshire Scottish located near Catterline on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven stands vacantly over the pudding stone cliffs. Built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson it is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Kinneff, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Lighthouse jkl8190jhp 
 Todhead Lighthouse tower dome cliffs grass winter Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located near Catterline on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven stands vacantly over the pudding stone cliffs. Built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson it is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Kinneff, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Todhead Architecture jkl8186jhp 
 Todhead Lighthouse buildings architecture staff accommodation painted Victorian style Mearns Aberdeenshire Scotland located near Catterline on the North east coast of Aberdeenshire south of Stonehaven stands vacantly over the pudding stone cliffs. Built in 1897 by D.A. Stevenson it is still a stylish if sad reminder of the heyday of Victorian Maritime heritage. Its short ‘dumpy’ tower hides a shaft dug into the cliffs underneath which allowed the original clockwork mechanism to operate as described in Jane Geddes’s Deeside and Mearns Architectural Guide. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Kincardineshire, Kincardine, Catterline, Kinneff, Todhead, lighthouse, buildings, architecture, cliffs, stones, pudding, geology, sea, waves, landscape, winter, Mearns, Howe, Coast, Grampians, 1897, Stevenson D.A., builder, architect, shaft, harled, corbelled, gallery, lantern, dome, disused, redundant, staff, house, accommodation, stylish, painted, brickwork, blue, sky, sunshine, maritime
Drum Spring Flora wyy4606jhp 
 Drum Garden Walk Flowers Photo Wild Spring Daffodils Fritillary Meleagris was formerly a royal residence with the Great Tower dating from the reign of King William the Lion, late 13th century. Granted to the Irvine family by Robert the Bruce has been under their care from 1323 to 1976, including Forest of Drum, a royal hunting park and the Old Wood with ancient oaks, geans and Caledonian Pines.

Any of my photographs are for scenic/tourist use only and cannot be used for product endorsement without the explicit permission of the NTS. Please contact their Edinburgh Head Office at Wemyss House, 28 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh, EH2 4ET. This is a National Trust for Scotland property situated about 10 miles west of Aberdeen on the North Deeside Road and is open to the public all the year round. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Aberdeenshire, Royal Deeside, North, East, Drumoak, Peterculter, Drum, Castle, NTS, spring, evening, daffodils, daffs, walks, trees, flowers, fritillary, meleagris, snakeshead, lily, forget-me-nots, purple, chequered, lantern, history, woods, lawn, gardens, upright

Scotland > Morayshire (1 file)

The photographs in this gallery are located in Morayshire and include ancient sites, historic buildings and properties, churches, cathedrals, towns, the countryside and the coast.
Elgin Cathedral Scotland VQ9430JHP 
 Elgin Cathedral Roadside Viewpoint Morayshire Boundary Wall Scottish Library Photos on the street near the main entrance.
Elgin Cathedral is a Historic Scotland property and my photographs should only be used for editorial, tourist or scenic use; for commercial endorsement then representation should be made to Historic Scotland in Edinburgh. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Highlands, Morayshire, North East, Elgin, Cathedral, landscape, Moray, Firth, King Street, Lantern, Alexander 11, Cooper Park, altar, canon, spire, chapel, Medieval, Reformation, Mass, tomb, tracery, arches, Gothic, windows, ornamental, arcade, clerestory, clear-story, Wolf of Badenoch, Stewart Shanks, Keeper, vaulted, ceiling, chapter, choir, singing, hymns, religion, prayers, Bishop, Bishopric, Christian, Christianity, Holy Trinity, Catholic, Presbytery, aisle, transcript, lancet, quarry, robbed, restored, Historic Scotland, heritage, history

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