Videos tagged with "watchtower"
Watchtower Auld Aisle Cemetery Kirkintilloch East Dunbartonshire Scotland [00:37]
Tour Scotland video of the watchtower in the Auld Aisle cemetery on visit to Kirkintilloch, East Dunbartonshire. The cemetery formed the grounds of St Ninian's Church, a pre-Reformation parish church. St Ninian's was abandoned after 1659, following the division of the old parish of Lenzie into Cumbernauld and Kirkintilloch. The watchtower dates from the early 18th century, and the gate lodge was built when the cemetery was extended in 1863. The cemetery contains the graves of 38 Commonwealth service personnel, 17 from World War I and 21 from World War II.
Old Parish Church Lauder Borders Of Scotland [00:39]
Tour Scotland Autumn video of the Old Parish Church in Lauder on visit to the Scottish Borders. Built in 1673 by Sir William Bruce, in the shape of a Greek Cross with four equal arms and a central octagonal bell tower. Walled graveyard with watchtower of 1830.
Watchtower Abbey Church Graveyard Coupar Angus Perthshire Scotland July 25th [01:56]
Tour Scotland video of the Watchtower by Abbey Church in Coupar Angus, Perthshire, Scotland. The graveyard in Coupar Angus includes a polygon shaped watchtower that was employed in the 19th century as a guard against body-snatchers. This burial ground of on the site of the old Abbey, which was founded by King Malcohn in 1164. It is said to have been previously used as a Roman camp.
Tags: Watchtower, Abbey, Church, Graveyard, Coupar, Angus, Perthshire, Scotland, Scottish, Cemetery, Kirkyard, Body, Snatchers, Travel, Tourism
Ravenscraig Park [01:15]
Ravenscraig Park in Kirkcaldy has Ravenscraig Castle, play parks and coastal walks and is one of the favorite recreational areas in Fife, gazing from the watchtower across The River Forth to the Lothians, there are often seals to be seen and much chance to glimpse wild birds. ... Kirkcaldy Dysart Ravenscraig Fife Scotland "Lang Toun" "Ravenscraig Castle" tourist travel "River Forth"
Tags: Kirkcaldy, Dysart, Ravenscraig, Fife, Scotland, Lang Toun, Ravenscraig Castle, tourist, travel, River Forth