At McGregor’s Cave near Kinloch Rannoch of course.
This church has been on my "to do" list for a while now. It's columns make it look extremely grand and Athenian from the front, although less impressive at the back where it's falling (or being knocked) down. Inside the main chamber it remains obviously a church with the pews and the altar. I love … Continue reading Angus Church – January 2015
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtOcaV-1VEE My last Aberdeen explore before going to pastures new. It's a site I've wanted to look round since moving to the Granite City and I've wandered and driven past it many times. Built for Scott Brown and Co (of Angus), 1808, bankrupt 1811 and sold to Sir John Maberly MP, entrepreneur, speculator and introducer … Continue reading A wee explore around the old Broadford Works (Richards Factory), Aberdeen.
The New Flickr Page I'm not a photographer, but I've taken a few photos over the years of the Challenge Kev challenges. There's also some walking photos, urbex, stuff to make you giggle etc.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8owOJjZhJNc&feature=youtu.be St. Peter's Seminary is a disused Roman Catholic seminary near Cardross, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Accompanied by a fellow dude and enthusiast. Determinedly modernist, brutalist and owing a huge debt to Le Corbusier, the seminary is widely considered to be one of the most important examples of modernist architecture in Scotland. Designed by the … Continue reading St Peter’s Seminary – 3rd May 2014
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZH9ocAJAB8 Up until 1920 the Leith Corporation Tramways owned the Shrubhill Tram Depot. As Leith was a separate borough they had their own separate tram system and Shrubhill was their major tram depot. The Leith system was electrified, whereas the Edinburgh system used cable haulage. The strange feature of this particular tram depot was the … Continue reading Shrubhill Tram Depot Explore – 27th April 2014