The head of Loch Treig with Stob Ban on the horizon. The Road to the Isles follows the narrow ravine across the loch up into Lairig Leacach
Carlton Moor Gliding Club. Taken from a point to the south east on the Public Bridleway at NZ522019. Gliding clubs are exempt from the right to roam legislation (CROW Act). The Cleveland Way follows t…
|Title||Bute, Cemetery. and remains of St. Mary's Chapel|
|Photo's author||william craig User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||16 Sep 2005 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY / KODAK DX6490 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA|
|Exposure time||1/350 s|
|Focal length||6.3 mm|
Bute, Cemetery. and remains of St. Mary's Chapel
Highland Boundary Fault, on Bute
Highland Boundary Fault, on Bute The fault runs up the valley containing Loch Fad and Kirk Dam, and separates the soft rocks to the south of the fault from the harder (Highland) rocks to the North.
New Campus, Rothesay
New Campus, Rothesay The new campus at Rothesay provides education right through from primary to academy level.
The Wilkie Homes
The Wilkie Homes These rather elegant grey stone houses were given to the town for 'deserving people' born in Rothesay by a Mr Wilkie, hence their name. They stand at the top of High Road, near the ne…
Rothesay Creamery The Creamery stands on the site of a Neolithic village, the finds from which can be seen in the town's Museum (which is on Stuart Street, near Rothesay Castle) - in the present day, …
Rothesay joint campus, Bute
Auld Overflow from Kirk Dam This footbridge connects Lover's Walk to a footpath running along the back of St. Mary's Cemetery.
Auld Overflow from Kirk Dam