Videos tagged with "bald"
War Memorial Leuchars Fife Scotland [00:46]
Tour Scotland March video of the War Memorial by Leuchars on visit to North East Fife. This Scottish monument stands on a rise south of the cemetery, adjacent to St. Michael's Golf Course. World War I, Roll of Honour. Adam Andrew Private, Anderson Daniel Sergeant Military Medal, Anderson Fulton Corporal, Angus Matthew Lance Corporal, Armitt David Private, Bannerman James Captain, Bell Thomas Private, Bett George D. Private, Bissett John Private, Boyd William C. Sergeant, Broom Cyril T. Lieutenant, Brown James Private, Brown Peter Lance Corporal, Brown Thomas Lance Corporal, Carswell Duncan Private, Christie John Lance Corporal, Corlett W. Private, Cowans Reg. NS Sergeant Military Medal and Bar, Croll Andrew Private, Cunningham Henry J. Private, David Bisset Private, Duffus Charles Sergeant Military Medal and Bar, Duncan John AS Private, Falconer David Chief Engineer, Ferguson Frank Sergeant, Finlay David Sergeant Victoria Cross, Grant Alexander Private, Gray Clunie Private, Gray David Private, Guthrie Alfred Private, Hampton Alfred Private, Harvey James Private, Henderson John Corporal, Henderson Robert Captain, Henderson Robert Private, Jack Andrew H. Private, Kirkcaldy David Private, Law Duncan H. Private, Martin Alexander Private, McDonald James Private, McGillivray Robert Private, McGregor Robert C. Private, McKenzie Colin Piper, Miller Archibald Private, Morrison James Private, Mowbray CRL Trooper, Mussett John Seaman, Myles Andrew Private Military Medal, Myles James ...
Lord Provost Archibald Ure Wotherspoon Gravestone Perth Perthshire Scotland [00:34]
Tour Scotland video of the Lord Provost Archibald Ure Wotherspoon gravestone on visit to the Wellshill cemetery in Perth, Perthshire.
Castle Broughty Ferry Dundee Scotland [01:23]
Tour Scotland video of photographs of the Castle on visit to Broughty Ferry, Dundee, Tayside. This Scottish castle was completed around 1495, although the site was earlier fortified in 1454 when George Douglas, 4th Earl of Angus received permission to build on the site. His son Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Angus was coerced into ceding the castle to the crown. The main tower house forming the centre of the castle with four floors was built by Andrew, 2nd Lord Gray who was granted the castle in 1490. A small selection of my personal photographs shot on small group tours of Scotland.
Archibald Watson Window St Mary's Parish Church Dundee Scotland [00:35]
Tour Scotland video of the Archibald Watson stained glass window in St Mary's Parish Church on visit to Dundee. Archibald Watson MA DD born 1862, died 1881, was a Minister in this church.
Major Archibald Douglas Monteath Mausoleum Necropolis Glasgow Scotland [00:33]
Tour Scotland video of the Major Archibald Douglas Monteath Mausoleum on visit to the Necropolis in Glasgow. Monteath served in the East India Company. Allegedly, Monteath made his fortune when an elephant carrying precious gems belonging to a Maharajah was captured and 'relieved' of its load by him. When he died £1000 was left to build his monument. There was a shortfall, however the Merchants' House gifted the extra land needed and this spectacular mausoleum was built. Based on the Knights Templar Church of the Holy Sepulchre, experts dispute whether it is modelled on the Jerusalem Church or possibly their Cambridge Church. This 30 ft diameter Neo-Norman rotunda has grotesque faces around the doorway and each niched window has a different design. In 1850 Monteath's brother, James Douglas Monteath of Rosehall and Stonebyres was also interred here.