Videos tagged with "cain"
McAinsh Memorial Parish Church Little Dunkeld Highland Perthshire Scotland [00:22]
Tour Scotland video of a the Reverend John McAinsh memorial in Little Dunkeld Kirk on visit to Birnam, Highland Perthshire. To The Glory Of God and affectionate memory of the Reverend John McAinsh BD Ordained Minister of Strathbraan and Dalguise. He died on 9th September, 1925, aged 67 years. An earnest preacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ; and kindly, diligent pastor, a wise counsellor and guide of youth, and a faithful friend of every good cause.
Peter McAinsh Gravestone Graveyard Monzie Strathearn Perthshire Scotland [01:09]
Tour Scotland video of the Peter McAinsh gravestone in the graveyard by the Parish Church in Monzie, Strathearn, Perthshire. Peter was a Shoe and Boot makers
Tags: Peter, mcainsh, Gravestone, Graveyard, Monzie, Perthshire, Scotland, Scottish, Clan, Genealogy, Ancestry, Visit, Travel, Tourism, Strathearn, Boot, Shoe
Take a Ride on the CairnGorm Mountain Railway - Visit To Scotland [03:10]
Last week we took a ride on the the Caingorm Mountain Railway! We hope you enjoy our video, and Subscribe, Rate Thumbs Up, Comment and Share - it encourages us to make more videos for you! 'The CairnGorm Mountain Railway is the highest railway in the United Kingdom since it opened in 2001. The two-kilometre long funicular ascends the northern slopes of Cairn Gorm, the United Kingdom's sixth-highest mountain. The route is located within the Cairngorms National Park, the largest National Nature Reserve in Britain, near to Aviemore in the Highland council area of Scotland. The ski area also lies within the Cairngorms National Park. It is publicly owned, being operated by Cairngorm Mountain Limited and wholly owned by the Highlands and Islands Enterprise. Construction of the Cairngorm Mountain Railway started in 1999. It opened on 24 December 2001, forty years after the opening of the White Lady Chair Lift, which it replaced. The reason for the construction was that the chair lift was too sensitive to the strong winds in the area. The track is a broad gauge of 2000 mm (6 ft 6¾in). The maximum operating speed during the ski season is 10 metres per seconds (36 km/h or 22 mph). This speed is dropped to around 5 metres per second during the rest of the year. Giving approximate journey times of four minutes in winter and nine minutes during the summer (calculated without middle station stops). The single track line has a passing loop just above the middle station. During ascent ...
Tags: Scotland, Britain, UK, cairngorm, Mountain, Railway, Aviemore, caingorms, mountains, loch, lochs, rivers
BLESSING OF GAD [03:48]
May the road rise to meet you May the wind be always at Ur back May the sun shine warm upon your face The rains fall soft upon your fields And until we meet again Until we meet again May G@d hold you In the palm of his hand And until we meet again Until we meet again May G@d hold you In the palm of his hand May the sun make your days bright May the stars illuminate your knights May the flowers bloom along your path: Your house stand firm against the storm And until we meet again Until we meet again May G@d hold you In the palm of his hand And until we meet again Until we meat again May G@d hold you! In the palm Olives His Hands
Tags: MAORI, SHIRE, IRISH, SCOTTISH, IRISH BLESSING, ABORIGENESE, HEADHUNTERS, TINO RANGATIRATANGA, FREE NORTHERN IRELAND, FREE WALES, FREE IRELAND, FREE MAORI, FREE SCOTLAND, CAIN, PACIFIC RING OF FIRE, FIRE AND RAIN, HAKA, POSTURE DANCE, PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM
Macainsh Sunday School Picnic 1965 [01:57]
This video was originall posted in Youtube on 13.07.2007 and shows the Sunday School Picnic of Macainsh Church (now St. Serfs) to Elie in 1965. Due to an alleged copyright infringement I have removed the sound-track (the music was crappy by any standards anyway and the video can only profit from having this removed). The original video had 779 views.
Tags: Lochgelly, Fife, Macainsh, Chruch, St.Serfs, Sunday, School, Scotland, Elie, 1965, Ian, Mathewson
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