Videos tagged with "villages"
February Morning Snow Telford Bridge Dunkeld Highland Perthshire Scotland [00:41]
Tour Scotland February video of snow falling at the Thomas Telford Bridge over the River Tay on visit to Dunkeld, Highland Perthshire. In 1809 Thomas Telford built this magnificent five arch bridge spanning the River Tay between the villages of Dunkeld and Birnam. This bridge replaced the busy ferry.
November Afternoon Telford Bridge Dunkeld Perthshire Scotland [00:24]
Tour Scotland video of the Telford Bridge over the River Tay on afternoon visit to Dunkeld, Highland Perthshire. In 1809 Thomas Telford built this magnificent five arch bridge spanning the River Tay between the villages of Dunkeld and Birnam. This bridge replaced the busy ferry.
Autumn Drive Carse Of Gowrie Perthshire Scotland October 29th [01:17]
Tour Scotland Autumn video of part of a drive on visit to the Carse of Gowrie, Perthshire. The Carse stretches for about 20 miles along the north shore of the Firth of Tay between Perth and Dundee. The area offers high quality agricultural land and is well known as a major area for strawberry, raspberry and general fruit growing. Fruit is easy to cultivate in the area because of a southerly aspect and low rainfall. Its main villages are: Errol, Inchture, Longforgan, Leetown, Glencarse, St Madoes, and Inchyra
Viking ship burning Cruden Bay 18/08/2012 [04:12]
The burning of a small viking ship at Cruden bay harbour north east Scotland on 18/08/2012 This was done to commemorate a famous battle that was won over the Vikings by the people of Cruden Bay many many moons ago!!
Tags: Viking, ship, burning, fire, cruden, bay, harbour, longboat, boat, vikings, bonfire, flames, ships, boats, harbours, village, villages, Scottish, Scotland, sea, Burn, carnival, Flame
Throwbag Training Street Pastors River Tay Perth Perthshire Scotland [07:50]
Tour Scotland video of Street Pastors from Perth receiving Throwbag training from Tayside Fire and Rescue on the River Tay in Perth, Perthshire. The use of a throw bag is generally used to rescue someone who is swimming down a river after, for example, capsizing their kayak or canoe. Tayside Fire and Rescue cover an area of approximately 7500 square kilometres, with a population of 392000. The majority of the population is centred in Dundee and Perth with the remainder spread throughout a number of towns and villages in Angus and Perth and Kinross. The Perth group of Street Pastors have been working on the streets of Perth since February 2008 and provide a valuable service for young people in Perth
Tags: Throwbag, Training, Street, Pastors, River, Tay, Perth, Perthshire, Scotland, Water, Canoe, Kayak, Scottish, Rescue, Swimming