Videos tagged with "queen victoria"
Armed Forces Day Parade, Stirling [05:11]
Armed Forces Day & Military Show kicks off in Stirling with the parade to the King`s Park. Providing music are the Royal Regiment of Scotland band and the Queen Victoria School Pipe Band. Also in parade, veterans, Royal British Legion Scotland standard bearers, ATC and ACF cadets, veteran military vehicles, and The Riders Branch, Royal British Legion Scotland, on their motorcycles.
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Hiking in Scotland: Mount Keen and the Red Cliffs of Arbroath [04:30]
This part of the video contains photos and video clips of my hike up Mount Keen - the most eastern Munroe. It also shows the Queen's Well where Queen Victoria drank from. The second part comprises footage of my hike along the red sandstone cliffs near Arbroath. Enjoy.
Tags: Hiking, backpacking, hill walking, scotland, Mt. Keen, arbroath, water of mark, ULA circuit, the queen's well, queen victoria, munroe, wild camping, sea cliffs, the north sea, things to do in scotland
Three Coins in the Fountain [01:48]
Built in Glasgow, Scotland, for Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887, this magnificent drinking fountain resides happily in Launceston's City Park (Tasmania, Australia). Come take a look at the intricate detail of the iron filigree work of the dome! Copyright CoffeeKvetch 2011, All Rights Reserved.
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GREENOCK/////// QUEEN VICTORIA LEAVING THE river CLYDE 28/7/2010.... [04:20]
GREENOCK////// QUEEN VICTORIA LEAVING THE river CLYDE 28/7/2010....
MS Queen Victoria at South Queensferry (Edinburgh), Scotland [08:24]
On Friday 30th July 2010 as part of her mainden round Britain cruise the Cunard ocean liner "MS Queen Victoria" was docked at Hounds Point off South Queensferry, just outside of Edinburgh. The tour boat "The Forth Belle" was sailing from the pier at North Queensferry that day, as South Queensferry's pier was being used to shuttle the passengers to and fro. We sailed around 3.30pm, out under the magnificent Forth Rail Bridge, past the Queen Victoria and out to Inchcolm Island, where passengers can depart and get the next boat back (£4.50 to Historic Scotland if you do this). We then sailed back, round the Queen Victoria, where passengers were waving to us, and under both the Forth Rail Bridge and Forth Road Bridge before returning to the pier at North Queensferry around 5pm. £10 well spent and I got oogles of great photos too!