Videos tagged with "travel"
Driving Scotland's Back Roads [03:47]
Go with me for a drive on Scotland's scenic back roads in the Highlands. I set up my GoPro Hero II with a suction mount and took some shots as I made my way around the narrow, less traveled roads of the Scotland. Even encountered a int
The Jacobite - October 2012 [19:59]
Footage from the last week of the 2012 season of 'The Jacobite' operated by West Coast Railways and featuring LNER class K1, no.62005. Photographers who travelled to Scotland for the final week were rewarded with some stunning lighting and cold, still conditions for most of the week which enhanced the beautiful autumnal colours. My video includes some scenes at Fort William followed by the following locations on the journey to Mallaig; Lochy Viaduct Corpach Loch Eil Glenfinnan Viaduct and four of the Glenfinnan departures Polnish Chapel Loch non Uamh Viaduct Between Beasdale no.2 and 3 Tunnels Beasdale Station Morar River Viaduct Approaching Morar and Morar Station On the return from Mallaig the K1 is seen at Larichmore Viaduct Loch Dubh Climbing away from the shores of Loch Eilt Approaching Glenfinnan Summit and finally crossing the Banavie Swing Bridge. Thanks to West Coast Railways and members of NELPG who make it all possible.
Scott's View River Tweed Borders Of Scotland [01:01]
Tour Scotland video of Scott's View over the River Tweed on visit to the Scottish Borders. This view is said to have been one of the favourite views of Sir Walter Scott. The viewpoint can be located directly from a minor road leading south from Earlston just off the A68 and by travelling north from the village of St. Boswells up the slope of Bemersyde Hill. The view is around 3 miles east of Melrose. The view is to the west, and is dominated by the three peaks of Eildon Hill. T
St Abbs Scotland [00:43]
Dougie Baird travels to the fishing village of St Abbs on the North sea
Falls of Shin, Scotland [01:56]
The Falls of Shin is a spectacular waterfall in Sutherland, part of the Northern Highlands in Scotland. It's one of the best places to watch salmon leaping as they travel to Loch Shin to reproduce. Otters are also known to inhabit the River Shin. The surrounding countryside is a haven for many species of birds.