Videos tagged with "parish"
Parish Church Inverkeilor Scotland [01:07]
Tour Scotland video of the Parish Church in Inverkeilor on visit to Angus Region. This Scottish church was built at the end of the 17th century and dedicated to St Conan. The gothic style church is built of red sandstone and has a slate roof. The church sits in a maintained burial ground which contains a number of 18th century carved gravestones and two notable family burial enclosures.
Lunchtime Snow Old Parish Church Scone Perth Perthshire Scotland [01:03]
Tour Scotland February video of snowing at lunchtime on visit to the old Parish Church in Scone by Perth, Perthshire. This Scottish church was built in 1786 near to Scone Palace. Moved to present site in 1806 using stone from original building.
Snow Falling Parish Church Forteviot Perthshire Scotland [01:23]
Tour Scotland video of snow falling at the Parish Church on visit to Forteviot, Perthshire. This Scottish church stands in a rectangular churchyard on a terrace above, and to the East of, the Water of May. The present building is of 18th century date. The churchyard contains many old gravestones, the oldest examples noted bearing the dates 1729, 1730 and 1758.
Snow Falling Parish Church Forgandenny Perthshire Scotland [01:15]
Tour Scotland video of snow falling at the Parish Church on visit to Forgandenny, Perthshire. A Scottish church has stood on this site since medieval times, however little of the original building remains, the only surviving medieval masonry is found at the foot of the eastern wall. Extensive restoration was performed in 1902 under architect TS Robertson, and the red sandstone windows visible in this image were added at that time.
Holy Trinity Parish Church St Andrews Fife Scotland [01:40]
Tour Scotland video of photographs of Holy Trinity Parish Church in St Andrews on visit to Fife. Called the Town Kirk, this restored medieval church once stood on the grounds of the now ruined cathedral . The church was moved to its present site in 1410, considerably altered after the Reformation of 1560, and restored in the early 20th century. Fine stained glass and carvings are inside. A small selection of my personal photographs shot on small group tours of Scotland.