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March View Snow Covered Lomond Hills Fife Scotland [00:59]
Tour March video of snow covered Lomond Hills on visit to Fife. The Lomond Hills have a rich and varied history. From the Iron Age are the remains of several...
The Great Motorboat Tour: Stromness to Kinlochbervie [05:19]
In the latest instalment, our circumnavigating duo set off from Stromness towards the notorious Cape Wrath via the Isle of Hoy. On arrival at mainland Scotla...
Tractor In River Tay Perth Perthshire Scotland [01:17]
Tour Scotland February video of a tractor in the River Tay on visit to Perth, Perthshire. The tractor was going across to Moncreiffe Island, also known as Friarton Island, which divides the River Tay into two channels as it flows through Perth. The King James VI Golf Course is situated on, and covers much of the island, with the remaining land used for allotments.
March View Old Archway Scone Palace Perthshire Scotland [00:33]
Tour Scotland March morning video of the old archway on visit to Scone Palace by Perth, Perthshire. This Scottish archway was built in the sixteenth-century and was all that remained of the approach to the medieval Augustinian abbey at Scone. It has recently been restored.
March Morning Drive To Scone Palace Perth Perthshire Scotland [01:59]
Tour Scotland March video of a morning drive to Scone Palace by Perth, Perthshire. Built of red sandstone with a castellated roof, it is a classic example of the late Georgian Gothic style. In the Middle Ages the land was the site of a major Augustinian abbey, Scone Abbey, nothing of which now remains above ground level except detached architectural fragments. This was the crowning place of the Kings of the Scots, on the Stone of Destiny, down to Alexander III. The grounds of the palace were the first place of introduction to Britain of the Douglas-fir tree species, after being introduced by David Douglas.