Videos tagged with "hall"
Edinburgh's Biggest Burger Challenge [03:41]
Hungry anyone? Three beef burgers, two chicken fillets, two bean patties, mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, two slices of bacon, two pineapple rings, mushro...
Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland [00:56]
From Beresford Building.
Boghall and Bathgate Caledonia at Dumbarton 2012 [06:16]
Boghall and Bathgate Caledonia Pipe Band under Pipe Major Ross Walker playing its medley at the 2012 Scottish Pipe Band Championships held in Levengrove Park...
Raits Of Anniston Memorial Gravestone Inverkeilor Scotland [00:33]
Tour Scotland video of the Raits of Anniston memorial gravestone on visit to Inverkeilor, Angus. In memory of John Rait Esquire of Anniston born 1748, died at Anniston 1823. And of his wife Elizabeth Guthrie, daughter of James Guthrie Esquire of Craigie who died in 1814 and of their children, William who died at Anniston in 1806, Georgina Henrietta who died in 1812, John who died in 1815, Agnes, wife of George Arbuthnott Esquire of Mavisbank third son of Sir William Arbuthnott, Bart. who died in London in 1842. Alexander who died in 1830 whilst home on sick leave from the Madras Cavalry. Murray who died at Anniston in 1819. JAMES who erected this monument is the only survivor. In loving memory of Walter Garnet Rait son of Arthur Rait of Anniston and of Kathleen Georgina his wife " Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori " And in ever loving memory of Eileen Anna Arbuthnott Rait of Anniston, who died on Thursday the 11th of January 1904, aged 23; only and much beloved daughter of Colonel Rait, CB of Anniston, and his wife Kathleen Georgina, youngest daughter of Walter Arbuthnott of Hatton, Montrose. Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God: Matthew. V.VIII. Also Gertrude Jean Rait, daughter of the late James Rait Esquire of Anniston and Lady Clementina Rait his wife and sister of the above Colonel Arthur John Rait CB of Anniston who died at Annesley Arbroath on the 9th day of September 1922.
Aberfeldy, Dunkeld Scotland. Schiehallon Mountain. [11:59]
This a scenic video of Aberfeldy and surounding area, starting at the Sma Glen.