Videos tagged with "naval"
Short motoring trip [00:26]
Watch Later Sailing (Motoring) on Loch Ness, Scotland. Boating on part of the Caledonian Canalby Sharkotron 1,574 views · 3:45. Watch Later The Grand Indian Roadtrip Mumbai-Pune Mega Meet @ Big Wheels Motoring Cafe, Lonavalaby xBhpvideos 908 views · 1:54:54. Watch Later Part 2 - Tom Swift and His Motor Boat Audiobook by Victor Appleton (Chs 13-25)by CCProseKids 49,771 views · 2:23. Watch Later Ferrari F355 Berlinetta climbing the Col de la Bonetteby IrresponsibleCitizen 117 views ...
Admiral Thomas Cochrane Memorial Culross Fife Scotland [01:13]
Tour Scotland video of the Admiral Thomas Cochrane Memorial in Culross in Fife. Admiral Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald, 1st Marquess of Maranhão, GCB, ODM born 14th December 1775, died, 31st October 1860 was a Scottish naval flag officer and radical politician. He was a daring and successful captain of the Napoleonic Wars, leading the French to nickname him Le Loup des Mers , 'in other words, The Sea Wolf'.
Tags: Admiral, Thomas, Cochrane, Memorial, Culross, Fife, Scotland, Earl, of, Dundonald, Ancestry, Genealogy, Scottish, Travel, Tourism
HMS Unicorn, Dundee. [03:49]
HMS Unicorn was launched into the River Medway on 30th March 1824. The Commissioner of Chatham Dockyard reported to the Navy Board, " I have to acquaint you that His Majesty's ship Unicorn was launched to day from the 4th slip at this Yard." Unicorn represents the last great flourish of wooden shipbuilding, and also illustrates the birth of the iron steamship.
Tags: Unicorn, dundee, scotland, naval, sea, ocean, river, tay, boat, Sailing, Tourism, dockyard, chatham, warship, oldest, napoleon, wooden, era, sir, robert, seppings, shipbuilding, steamship, waterfront, Medway, yard, fleet, masts, bowsprit, hull, frigate
Parade of Navy, Army and RAF personnel in Scotland's capital today. [03:21]
Prince Charles and Camilla take the salute as the parade passes down the Royal Mile THE Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall received a royal salute from a parade of Navy, Army and RAF personnel in Scotland's capital today. Charles and Camilla, known as the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, watched the final stage of the march which started at Edinburgh Castle and continued down the Royal Mile into the forecourt of the palace of Holyroodhouse. More than 100 people lined the streets at the bottom of the Royal Mile and were joined by Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond, who watched the 250-strong parade pass the Scottish Parliament and into the palace grounds. Charles, who was wearing a naval admiral's uniform, and Camilla greeted people watching from the crowd and reviewed the parade on the palace forecourt before hosting a lunch reception for those involved. The food was from menus made by Scottish schoolchildren taking part in the British Food Fortnight's Cook for the Queen Diamond Jubilee competition. The competition was created by Camilla and invited all schools in the UK to create a special menu of British recipes which will be served to the Queen and the Duchess of Cornwall at a reception in Buckingham Palace in June. Ahead of the parade, the Duchess met pupils from four schools taking part in the competition and donned her cooking apron to help them prepare their recipes with royal chefs in the kitchen of the palace of Holyroodhouse. Pupils from Brae ...
Tags: Edinburgh, Royal, Scotland.
Fisherfield Forest Munro Walk [04:17]
July 2008, 28Km walk from campsite Loch Na Sealga up two of Scotlands most remotest Munro's - Ruadh Stac Mor and A' Mhaighdean.
Tags: Fisherfield, Letterewe, Shenavall, A', Mhaighdean, Ruadh, Stac, Mor, Munro, bagging, wild, camping, Scotland, Loch, na, sealga
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