Videos tagged with "services"
Tnooz-ITB Academy webinar VIDEO: Hotels and mobile -- What is next? [01:04:47]
How can hotel operators harness mobile technology in branding and merchandising their services? This is the full video from a FREE webinar co-produced by Tno...
Isabella Ramsay Memorial Window St John's Church Edinburgh Scotland [00:33]
Tour Scotland video of the Isabella Ramsay memorial stained glass window on visit to St John's Church in Edinburgh, Scotland. Isabella was born in Canada and married in 1829 to Reverend Edward Bannerman Ramsay, 42 years incumbent of St John's Church and 30 years Dean of the Diocese who greatly endeared himself to his fellow countrymen of every class by his writings and by an example of good will towards all men to his brethren in the ministry of the church by special and never to be forgotten services to his flock by loving discharge of duty in the spirit of the Good Shepherd to the poor by constant benevolence and labours for their welfare.. They had no children. Her father was Thomas Cochrane, Speaker to the House of Representatives in Nova Scotia. Isabella had brothers who had distinguished legal careers in Canada and in Gibraltar; and another having a distinguished career in the British Army. She acted as mother to three nieces when their mother died. This window was erected to Isabella between August 1858 and 10th November 1859.
Interior St John's Episcopal Church Edinburgh Scotland [01:02]
Tour Scotland video of the interior of St John's Episcopal Church on visit to Edinburgh. This is a Scottish Episcopal church located at the west end of Princes Street. It was dedicated as St John's Chapel on Maundy Thursday 1818 with construction having begun in 1816. It was designed by the architect William Burn. The sanctuary and chancel were built in 1879-82 by John Dick Peddie and Norman Boyd Kinnear. The vestry and Hall in 1915 to 1916 by John Dick Peddie and Forbes Smith. St John's holds daily services and is unique in that it is the last church in Scotland to hold the weekly service of Matins.
Interior St Mary's Church Glencoe Scotland [01:16]
Tour Scotland video of the interior of St Mary's Episcopal Church on visit to Glencoe, Scottish Highlands. Consecrated in 1880. Built mainly at the instigation of the Rev JRA Chinery-Haldane of Ballachulish and Onich. A school and church hall were added and St Mary's was constituted as a seperate charge in 1888. Gaelic was use in services upto 1953.
The Flying Scotsman - Edinburgh to Kings Cross - October 2012 [35:13]
A crack-of-dawn start for the 05::40 from Edinburgh Waverley to London Kings Cross: "The Flying Scotsman" on board an 'East Coast Trains' 225, on Friday 5th October 2012, in 1st Class. Stopping only at Newcastle, this iconic flagship service of the East Coast Main Line - which the famous steam locomotive was named after - is timed to complete the 393-mile journey in exactly 4 hours - the fastest scheduled service between Scotland and London (or vice versa). On the morning in question, it was delayed by about 20 minutes at Markle, near Dunbar, by a lineside equipment failure; arriving into Kings X at 10::02. The film includes footage of the train racing past Darlington on the ECML (which avoids the station canopy) and later trundling slowly through York (at the time of filming this was the only service not scheduled to stop at these two stations). Later, the train accelerates through Peterborough, with another East Coast 225 in the down platform (4); yet another East Coast 225 - one that has been delaying the 'Scotsman' by stopping at intermediate stations since Newark) in the up platform (2), as well as Cross Country and First Capital Connect services at, or approaching the station. Just before Hitchin, the new flyover to the Cambridge branch can be seen under construction; a Class 313 FCC EMU crossing the flyover at Welwyn Garden City, then a brief glimpse of a St.Pancras-bound Eurostar, at Belle Isle, on the approach to Kings Cross and finally, the 10::00 Kings X to ...