Oor Wullie Big Bucket Trail – Oor Wullie found on Castle Terrace
St Andrews Castle – these ruins are located in the coastal Royal Burgh of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland.
I’ve added quite a few new photos,
Blackness castle, 5 Photos – A 15th-century fortress, near the village of Blackness, West Lothian
Dirleton Castle, 14 Photos – A 13th century medieval fortress
Anstruther, – 7 Photos – a small town in Fife.
St Andrews Castle, 13 Photos – a castle in St Andrews in Fife.
St Andrews Cathedral, 13 Photos – a ruined Roman Catholic cathedral in St Andrews, Fife,
Melrose, 6 Photos – A Small town in the Scottish Borders
Melrose Abbey, 17 Photos – Melrose Abbey is a partly ruined monastery of the Cistercian order
Gilberton Cove, 6 Photos – a series of underground passageways and chambers hand carved from sandstone, dating from the 18th century
St John’s Church at the West End of Princes Street usually flies the Saltire, but it’s now flying the EU flag. Showing solidarity what Scotland things of Brexit
Crickey, i’m really a dunderheid! should’ve posted this yesterday! as it was more appropriate – the ruins of St. Andrews Cathedral. Built in the early 12th century this was Scotland’s largest cathedral and most magnificent church
The statue of Robert the Bruce ‘King of Scots’ located near the Bannockburn battle site a significant Scottish victory in the First War of Scottish Independence, and a landmark in Scottish history.
Crail – not a lot in Crail to be honest. But this view is nice.
Shortly, I will upload Photos from St. Andrews, Crail and Anstruther
Blackness Castle, on a very dreich and snowy Scottish day. A 15th-century castle looks apparently like a ‘ship that never sailed’… Closed today, I wonder why! thwarted by the weather – pffft!!!
Probably the best of the bunch – I’ll upload a few more photos soon…
Panoramic – Bannockburn Battlefield
we can see the Rotunda and flagpole and the Statue of Robert The Bruce – all commemorating the battle of Bannockburn in 1314. When Robert Burns visited the site in 1793 he pend the poem ‘Scots Wha Hae’