Videos tagged with "cola"
December View Bakers Shop Window Dundee Scotland [00:41]
Tour Scotland December video of view inside the window of a Bakers Shop on visit to Dundee, Tayside. From croissants and soft morning rolls to chocolates and celebration cakes, each day Fisher and Donaldson set out to make and deliver the best in Scottish baking. A broad range of traditional Scottish, Continental and confectionery products are produced each morning from their two bakeries. They pride themselves on their range, which extends to over 400 products and their quality, which they strive to uphold. From croissants and soft morning rolls to chocolates and celebration cakes, every morning they set out to make and deliver to the best in Scottish baking.
coca cola truck in kimarnock 16 november 2012 [03:28]
coca cola lorry comes to kilmarnock in ayrshire, scotland uk. november 2012
Caerlaverock Castle [02:34]
Dumfries, Scotland Caerlaverock Castle is one of Scotland's great medieval fortresses. For 400 years it stood on the very edge of the kingdom. To the south, across the Solway Firth, lay England. For most of its history, Caerlaverock played an important role in the defence of the realm. Long before the castle was built, the Romans built a fort on the summit of Ward Law Hill, overlooking the castle from the north. By about 950, the British lords of 'Karlauerock' (the name may mean 'fort of the skylark') had built a fort on the site. Around 1220, Alexander II of Scotland, needing trusted men to secure the Scottish West March, granted the estate to his chamberlain, Sir John de Maccuswell (Maxwell). Sir John built the 'old' castle. Within 50 years, his nephew, Sir Herbert, had moved to a new castle just 200m away to the north. There the Maxwell lords remained for the next 400 years. Caerlaverock's triangular shape is unique among British castles. Why it was built this way is not known. A walk around the castle gives a sense of its strength, its economy of form and its pleasing geometry. Three lengths of defensive curtain wall are linked at their three angles by high corner towers. The north tower, facing into Scotland, is a mightily impressive twin-towered gatehouse, where the Maxwells had their private suite of rooms. Down the years the Maxwells repaired and upgraded their ancestral castle. The formidably impressive slotted defences (machicolations) at the tops of the three ...
Tags: Scotland, Castles, Dumfries, Natural History, Historic Scotland, Scottish History. Caelaverock
OLYMPIC TORCH RELAY - GRANTOWN-ON-SPEY (Freebie!) [02:59]
CANDLELIGHTOUR: Chasing back from Orkney Isles and GILLS BAY, MUSIC MAN makes it back (just in time) to witness the procession of London 2012 Olympic "sponsors" and local Torch Bearer. In a change from other processions seen earlier on the Torch Relay, THE BANK OF SCOTLAND was represented (instead of Lloyds TSB)...
Tags: Olympic, Torch, Relay, London, 2012, Lloyds, TSB, Bank of Scotland, Operation (game), Tour, sponsor, Coca, Cola, Samsung, buses, coaches, freebies, free, flags, spectators, Grantown-on-Spey, Scotland, outdoor sports, Games, Track, Olympics, Field, Gold
Callendar Park & House [05:08]
Callendar House is a mansion set within the grounds of Callendar Park in Falkirk, central Scotland. Its present form, in the style of a French Renaissance château, dates from the 19th century, although at its core is a 14th-century tower house. During its 600-year history, Callendar House has played host to many prominent historical figures, including Mary, Queen of Scots, Oliver Cromwell, Bonnie Prince Charlie and Queen Victoria. The current building is by far the most substantial historical building in the area, with a 300 ft (91 m) frontage. Callendar House became derelict and was boarded up until 1997, but has been extensively restored and houses an extensive museum and heritage centre, including a restored 1825 fully working kitchen, with costumed interpreters creating an exciting interactive experience. It is set in the nationally-important historic designed landscape of Callendar Park, which also contains a section of the Antonine Wall World Heritage Site. The 170 acre woodlands and gardens host a number of interesting historical features including an Arboretum, Ornamental Gardens and a family Mausoleum, as well as a boating lake and childrens play areas.
Tags: Scotland, Falkirk, Callendar, Park, House, historic, museum, mansion, music, Nicola Benedetti, violin, Meditation From Thais