Videos tagged with "narrow"
February Sheep On The Road Above Comrie Perthshire Scotland [00:46]
Tour Scotland video of a sheep on a narrow single track road above Comrie, Highland Perthshire. if you are touring Scotland you will often come across sheep on narrow roads. Just be patient and allow them to move aside.
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.
March Afternoon Drive To Kinross Perthshire Scotland [02:45]
Tour Scotland March of part of the drive on a narrow Scottish road from Fife over Lowland hills to visit Kinross, Perthshire.
February Afternoon Drive Country Road Strathearn Perthshire Scotland [03:12]
Tour Scotland February afternoon drive on a narrow country road on visit to Strathearn, Perthshire. Strath Earn is the strath or valley of the River Earn which extends from Loch Earn in Perth and Kinross to the River Tay. The royal dukedom of Strathearn has occasionally been awarded to members of the British Royal Family. Prince William was created Earl of Strathearn, as a subsidiary title to Duke of Cambridge, on 29 April 2011, the day of his wedding to Catherine Middleton.
St Magridin's Church Abdie North Fife Scotland [01:56]
Tour Scotland February video of St. Magridin's church on visit to North Fife. This Scottish church, now roofless and unused, lies east-west and is a long, narrow medieval building. It was built in the 13th century and consecrated in 1242 by Bishop David de Bernham. It received significant additions in the seventeenth century. The church was abandoned in 1827 and was restored 1856 and then abandoned again. There are memorials on the north, east and west faces inside the old aisle. The church is surrounded by a graveyard. In common with most medieval churches, the majority of memorials are located on the south and east of the church.