Videos tagged with "2009"
World`s Shortest Scheduled Air Service Loganair Scotland [02:58]
World`s Shortest Scheduled Air Service Loganair Scotland. Uploaded by laughinglinda1 on Nov 14, 2009. Me filming the flight from Westray to Papa Westray, Orkney.Scotland. 10/11/09 in a Britten Norman Islander certified shortest flight by Guiness World Records.
Highlight Scotland Part 2 [03:47]
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the spa valley railway [01:25]
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Gates Leslie House Fife Scotland [00:34]
Tour Scotland video of the gates to Leslie House on visit to Leslie, Fife. Leslie House was built for the Duke of Rothes between 1667 and 1674 and this became the seat of the Rothes family. The house which was dubbed Villa De Rothes was the centre of life in the village and once rivaled Holyrood Palace for both size and glamour. When a fire destroyed the building in 1763, the north, east and south wings were demolished. Only the west wing was retained and this was reconstructed between 1745 and 1747. In 1919 the house was acquired by Sir Robert Spencer Nairn who, as he saw the advancing development of Glenrothes, gave it to the Church of Scotland in 1952 for use as an Eventide Home. Following purchase from the Church of Scotland in 2005, Sundial Properties plan to restore the building and convert it into 17 luxury flats, with 12 detatched homes within the grounds. A fire in 2009 put a halt to the renovation.
Scotland 2009 Travels Part XII Edinburgh [04:57]
We took the train from North Berwick and arrived in the center of old Edinburgh. I didn't think I would like the big city, but I could have spent a week there! The history is unending, the sites amazing!