Above the entrance of the Russell Institute. This Art Deco building, which opened as a clinic for young mothers and children in 1927, was designed by James Steel Maitland (1887-1982), an architect in …
Broomhill Station. Regular Service has resumed to Broomhill courtesy of the Strathspey Railway Society. Another of Beechings closures resurrected by enthusiasts. This station was used as Glenbogle Sta…
|Photo's author||Dominic Dawn Harry and Jacob Paterson User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||3 Sep 2005 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 475|
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|Camera model||EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY / KODAK EASYSHARE CX7310 DIGITAL CAMERA|
|Exposure time||1/791 s|
|Focal length||5.9 mm|
Ardverikie Twice burnt down, including the original one that Victoria stayed in. This one, the third one, dates from around the late 1870s.
Ardverikie from the A86
Ardverikie House Looking across the waters of Loch Laggan. The red flag bears the Ramsden coat of arms, although the current owners are only indirect descendants.
Ardverikie House Loch Laggan
Ardverikie House Loch Laggan Picture taken May 1990
Ardverikie House Caught by the spring sunshine. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries it belonged to wealthy Yorkshire family the Ramsdens, who owned most of the land in Huddersfield. Now better k…
Loch Laggan from Ardverikie The last remnants of the winter's snow on the mountains in the distance, with the slopes of Creag Ruadh across the water.
Ardverikie House, Loch Laggan. Now 'famous' as 'Glen Bogle House' in the BBC TV series 'Monarch of the Glen', it was here that Victoria & Albert had such a wet miserable holiday that they subsequently…
Loch Laggan south shore near Ardverikie Coir Nan Gall can be clearly seen beyond the loch.
House in the forest, Ardverikie This house near Ardverikie has its own lamp posts.