Videos tagged with "park"
Walk Pittencrieff Glen Dunfermline Fife Scotland [02:35]
Tour Scotland February video of a walk in Pittencrieff Glen on visit to Dunfermline, Fife. In 1902, Andrew Carnegie purchased both Pittencrieff House and Estate from its then owner, Colonel James Maitland Hunt with the intention to gift these to the people of Dunfermline. The official ceremony for the gifting of the park occurred the following year, and the Dunfermline Carnegie Trust, was founded for the general maintenance of the glen.
Fort William Historical Park [02:21]
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Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay [02:51]
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Summerlee. Coatbridge, Scotland. [01:22]
Summerlee - The Museum of Scottish Industrial Life is set in 22 acres based around the site of the nineteenth century Summerlee Ironworks. The museum has many attractions for all the family, including Scotland's only operational heritage tramway and recreated mine, with guided tours, miners' cottages, a great all-ages playpark and lots lots more. Admission is free. After your visit to Summerlee, there's plenty more to see and do in the area. You can walk or cycle along the North Calder Heritage Trail, which starts at Summerlee. Or, for a shorter route, there is the Summerlee to Drumpellier walk and cycleway. The Time Capsule has recently reopened after a multi-million pound overhaul and is a great place to let the kids let off steam with its water chutes and flumes. Drumpellier Country Park is just to the west of Coatbridge town centre and has many walks plus a visitor centre and cafe. Coatbridge is about ten miles from Glasgow.
Winter View Murrayshall Golf Course Scone Perth Perthshire Scotland [00:52]
Tour Scotland Winter video of Murrayshall Golf Course on visit to Scone by Perth, Perthshire. Measuring 6441 yards, the championship course lies on 350 acres of rolling parkland. The course was designed by Hamilton J. Stutt, the grandson of the great James Braid's chief foreman.