Welsh Slate This is the premises of a craftsman who carves objects from slate. The slate is not local, being imported from North Wales. If you look carefully you can see many carved objects on display…
Church Lane, Stinsford Cottages on the lane climbing from Stinsford church. The first shows alternate bands of flint and brick.
|Title||Westerkirk Parish Church, Bentpath The church (1880-1) viewed from the B709.|
|Photo's author||Walter Baxter User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||14 May 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 427|
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|Camera model||Canon / Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL|
|Exposure time||1/250 s|
|Focal length||72.0 mm|
Westerkirk Parish Church, Bentpath The church (1880-1) viewed from the B709.
Westerkirk Parish Church, Bentpath The church tower viewed from the B709.
Westerkirk Parish Church
Westerkirk Parish Church at Bentpath
Ordnance Survey Flush Bracket S7361
The Johnstone Mausoleum, Bentpath. This Mausoleum was built by Robert Adam in 1790 and is located in the churchyard which is also the last resting place of Thomas Telford's father.
Westerkirk Bridge This bridge spanning the River Esk at Bentpath was built between 1734 and 1736. See [[]].
Approaching Westerkirk Bridge A narrow bridge in Bentpath built between 1734 and 1736. Sherra Craigs is in the background.
The River Esk Viewed from Westerkirk Bridge in Bentpath.
A plaque on Westerkirk Bridge
The River Esk at Bentpath A view downstream from Westerkirk Bridge. The water level is low as a result of very little rainfall for the month of May.