Videos tagged with "gyle"
East of Scotland Annual Boyne Celebrations 30th June 2012 Part 3 [11:12]
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David Stevenson Ireland Gravestone Eastern Cemetery St Andrews Fife Scotland [00:28]
Tour Scotland video of the David Stevenson Ireland gravestone on visit to the Eastern Cemetery by the Pends in St Andrews, Fife. In memory of David of Denark and Argyle Brewery, a Councillor and Magistrate of this city who died on the 23rd of August 1890. Also in memory of his wife Amelia Bonthrone who was born in Auchtermuchty, Fife in 1841 and who died on the 16th of June, 1891.
Scotland Road Trip - Loch Maree and Assynt [08:16]
A832 along Loch Maree and then unclassified roads in Assynt to Lochinver.
Tags: Scotland (Country), Inverkirkaig, Badnagyle, Assynt, Lochinver, Loch Maree, Triumph, Speed triple
UM! Whisky Tour #75: Springbank (Part 3 of 3) [07:47]
Back at base camp after a splendid tour at the distillery, Gogsie settles in on the rocks at Carradale Bay for an honest tasting of the Springbank 100 Proof. A most noble and esteemed spirit which slips down voluminously about the thrapple. A most splendid evening. Next time, Gogsie checks out the resurrected Glengyle distillery a few paces down the road from Springbank, until then it's uisge mhtah!
Tags: kintyre, campbeltown, springbank, longrow, hazelburn, hebrides, braveheart, highland, islay, Speyside, whisky, whiskey, scotch, scotland, diageo, edrington, DCL, Cadenhead, Gordon, mcphail, drunk, pissed, nip, dram, uisge beatha, slainthe mhath, single ma
The View from Partick Bridge, Glasgow, 12th February 2012 [01:15]
A panoramic view taken from the Partick Bridge which spans the River Kelvin at the western end of Argyle Street in Glasgow, Scotland. Moving anti-clockwise the buildings are the old Museum of Transport (it closed on 18 April 2010 in preparation for relocation to the Riverside Museum building at Glasgow Harbour), the Kelvin Hall, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and Glasgow University's main building with its 177ft bell tower.
Tags: Glasgow, Glasgow University, Kelvin Hall, Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Partick Bridge, River Kelvin, Scotland