Videos tagged with "extreme"
Décollage Immédiat ! [Les Constructeurs de l'Extreme - Antonov 124] [50:03]
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Scotland - Rob Roy MacGregor's Grave [05:58]
This is an older video from 2010. It's not in widescreen or HD but still worth seeing. This one was taken at the grave of Rob Roy MacGregor. We were on a two-day Timberbush Tour into the Highlands. On our way up to Fort William we made this stop at Balquhidder. The man speaking is one of our favorite Timberbush Tours guides, Marty. He is extremely knowledgeable with a very dry sense of humor. Rob Roy is Marty's favorite historical figure and this is evident from his presentation. This stop at Balquhidder was fascinating because it's not the typical touristy venue. There was no gift shop selling Rob Roy knick knacks or other schemes to turn a tourist dollar (or rather pound) just a simple gravesite in a beautiful, rural Scottish churchyard in the village that Rob Roy called home.
Nissen Huts Prisoner Of War Camp Perthshire Scotland [02:04]
Tour Scotland video of a Nissen Huts at Cultybraggan Prisoner Of War Camp on visit to Comrie, Perthshire. Between April 16 and April 18, 1916, Major Peter Norman Nissen of the 29th Company Royal Engineers of the British Army began to experiment with hut designs. Cultybraggan had almost 100 Nissen Huts housing around 4000 Category A Prisoners of War, who were thought to be the most extreme Nazi prisoners at the time, requiring a maximum security camp. In 1944 a German prisoner was wrongly accused by fellow inmates of being a British spy, and was taken to a shower block, beaten and hanged. Eight prisoners were taken to London and tried for the murder, all pled not guilty, two were found not guilty, one sentenced to life imprisonment and the final five were hanged in what was reported to be the biggest ever mass execution in the history of the United Kingdom. Rudolph Hess is alleged to have been held at Cultybraggan for one night following his plane crash in Scotland, however this tale has been put down to the tabloid press, he was in fact held some 40 miles away at Buchanan Castle. In 1945 the camp was disbanded, only to reopen as an Army Training Centre in 1949. The camp now belongs to the Comrie Development Trust and is open to the public.
Extreme fishing - Scotland - ST.ABBS /12.2012/ - young seal . part 2 [03:09]
Scotland - ST.ABBS /12.2012/ - young seal . part 2
Extreme fishing - Scotland - ST.ABBS-- young seal - part 1 . /12.2011/ [01:06]
Scotland - ST.ABBS-- young seal - part 1 . /12.2011/