Videos tagged with "walkers"
River Leven And Viaduct Leslie Fife Scotland [01:01]
Tour Scotland video of River Leven and the railway viaduct on visit to Leslie, Fife. The viaduct was built in the 1850s as part of the Markinch to Leslie railway line after the Earl of Rothes objected to the lines crossing his land. The railway also had to be elevated to cross the River Leven. The last run of a steam train over the structure was in 1965 when the Scottish Branch Line Society called in with an enthusiasts Special Train. It is now used by walkers and cyclists. This Scottish viaduct was designed by Sir Thomas Bouch, who also designed the first Tay Railway Bridge, built in 1877, but which collapsed on December 28th the following year in a storm.
Coastal Path Walkers St Monans East Neuk Of Fife Scotland [01:00]
Tour Scotland video of coastal path walkers on visit to St Monans, East Neuk of Fife.
Autumn Schiehallion Mountain Highlands Perthshire Scotland [00:37]
Tour Scotland Autumn video of Fall trees and Schiehallion mountain on visit to Kinloch Rannoch, Highland Perthshire. This Scottish mountain is very popular with walkers.
MND Scotland Cycle Cumbrae 2012 [10:37]
This is a short ten minute video I shot during the MND Scotland Cycle around Cumbrae on 7 October 2012 - there is no audio- because you'd have only heard me panting. It is 11 miles around Cumbrae, I think, this film is considerably faster...except in the places where it (and I ) slow down. It is a big thank you to all the lovely people who sponsored us, the fabulous organisers; thanks Mary and the other cyclists, walkers, and strollers who support such a worthwhile cause. And yes...I did feel a numpty wearing a helmet cam!
Cottages Church Sea And Coast East Neuk Of Fife Scotland [01:06]
Tour Scotland video of cottages, church and coast in the East Neuk of Fife. Shot this video from the rocks at St Monans, often spelt St Monance, which is a village in the East Neuk of Fife and is named after the legendary Saint Monan. Situated approximately 3 miles west of Anstruther, where I was raised, this small picturesque community, whose inhabitants formerly made their living mainly from fishing, is now both a tourist destination and a delight for walkers on the Fife Coastal Path.
Tags: Cottage, Church, Coast, East, Neuk, Of, Fife, Scotland, Sea, Rocks, Coastline, Firth, Forth, St, Monans, Anstruther, Visit, Travel, Tourism, Ancestry, Scottish, Roots, Genealogy