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Distant Shores Season 8 Trailer - Ireland, Scotland, Norway and Brittany Coast [04:10]
Come on a voyage north to the Emerald Isle. Then on to Scotland and cross the Crinan and Caledonian Canals and into Loch Ness. Next it's north to the rugged ...
NUUK is my Capital [01:31]
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Fernandes War Grave Sleepyhillock Cemetery Montrose Scotland [00:36]
Tour Scotland video of Flying Officer, Robert Henry James Fernandes, gravestone in Sleepyhillock Cemetery on visit to Montrose. Robert served with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve and died the 24th of November 1943.
Roberton War Grave Murie Cemetery Errol Perthshire Scotland [00:44]
Tour Scotland video of Sub Lieutenant, Arthur Allan Jackson Roberton, gravestone in Murie Cemetery on visit to Errol, Perthshire. He served with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve aboard HMS Jackdaw and died aged 29, on the 19th of March 1943. He was the son of Lewis Alexander and Mary Roberton; husband of Sarah Beattie McNaught Roberton, of Glasgow. MA
War Memorial Lunan Church Angus Scotland [01:16]
Tour Scotland video of the War Memorial by Lunan Church on visit to Angus. Those that gave their lives between 1914 and 1919; Andrew Arbuthnott, Braehead. James Brown, Arbikie. Arthur W. Hendry, Lunan. David S. Hogg, Drumbertnot. George E. Hogg, Drumbertnot. John Jolly, Mountboy. David Macaulay, Denhead. George Macaulay, Denhead. James Pattullo, Arbikie. Arthur D. Taylor, Cothill. James Todd, Courthill. Alexander Watt, Drumbertnot. Alexander Wilson, Braehead. Those that gave their lives between 1939 and 1945; Hew Blair Imrie, Lunan. Thomas Alexander, White Inn. David Spalding, Upper Dysart. James Wood, Braehead. The current parish church at Lunan was built in 1844 on the site of, or very close to, a medieval predecessor mentioned in around 1200 and dedicated in 1242. The current church is a small Romanesque-style structure with sandstone ashlar walls and slate roofs. It is surrounded by a long, narrow graveyard and the site is positioned on a valley side in a rural setting.