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St. Andrew Square, Edinburgh [01:04]
Christmas Tree St Andrews Square Garden Edinburgh Scotlandby tourscotland 8 views · 1:31. Watch Later Councillors vote to continue Edinburgh trams to St Andrew Squareby STVNews 54 views · 1:07. Watch Later Gecoadz Eco Promotion in Edinburgh - in action at St Andrew Square!by Trees4scotland 38 views · 1:20. Watch Later It's Good 2 Give Wishing Trees St Andrew Square Edinburghby itsgood2give 39 views · 2:47. Watch Later Natasha and I, St Andrews Square, Edinburghby dcolyer 16 views ...
Bloopers for the Holidays (Part 2) [05:34]
This is a time of year when we think about what's really important. One of my favorite thoughts: "These are the good old days." Considering our beautiful lot...
Craigtoun Hospital By St Andrews Fife Scotland [00:49]
Tour Scotland March video of the now derelict Craigtoun Hospital on visit to St Andrews, Fife. Craigtoun Hospital was was at one time a mansion house owned by the Younger family who also previously owned Craigtoun Park itself. Dr James and Mrs Annie Younger, of the famous family of Scottish Brewers, lived here, at Mount Melville, as it was called when they were in residence. Many good causes in East Fife benefited from Dr and Mrs Younger's generosity. Deeply interested in the Episcopal Church, Mrs Younger was responsible for the completion of All Saints' Church in the 1920s and the Rectory of the Church completed in 1939. She and her husband donated the Younger Hall to the University of St Andrews. It was built at a cost of £90000 and formally opened in 1929 by the Duchess of York when it was presented to the University. Mrs Younger was President of the St Andrews Horticultural Association and for many years the exhibit of flowers from Mount Melville gardens was a feature of the shows. She took an interest in the St Andrews Cottage Hospital, and each year gave a Christmas dinner to staff and patients. Mrs Younger died in August 1942 aged 78, and is buried in the Eastern Cemetery, St Andrews.
Abandoned Asylum, with Swimming Pool! ---- Scotland, UK [05:37]
Abandoned asylum. I liked the swimmng pool, I'd say it was the high light of this place, but the graffiti, as good as it was, kind of ruined it! Quite funny to see unopened enemas, you never know what you'll stumble across while exploring
Dunninald Castle Montrose Angus Scotland [00:48]
Tour Scotland video of Dunninald Castle, South of Montrose, Scotland. Dunninald has a history of at least a thousand years. The name is derived from the gaelic, dun a castle and ard, a high place. The first Dunninald was on the cliff high above the North Sea, so the name is a good description of the original site. A second house was built about 1590, to replace the old tower fortalice. By 1819 the second house was some 230 years old and the new owner, Peter Arkley, commissioned James Gillespie Graham to built a new house. This was designed in the gothic revival style and was completed in 1824. James Gillespie Graham specialised in the gothic revival style and built many houses and churches around Scotland. He designed the Glenfinnan Monument in 1815.