Videos of Out and About.

Some videos I’ve taken of places I’ve enjoyed visiting.

A mix of Scottish castles, parks and gardens with some London based locations as well.

All worth a visit for those in the neighbourhood.

Craigmillar Castle. 

Dates back to the early 1400s, vacated in the early 1700s, a ruin by 1775.

Inchcolm Abbey.

Build on an island in the Firth of Forth.

Aberdour Castle.

One of the oldest standing castles in Scotland.

Botanic Gardens, Glasgow.

A great place to escape to.

Hampton Court Palace Gardens.

Worth looking around separately from the Palace.

Hampton Court Palace 1.

Hampton Court Palace 2.

Most famous for its links with Henry VIII

Dundonald Castle.

A royal residence till the early 1500s.

The Cutty Sark.

The fastest and greatest tea clipper of her time.

Southwark Cathedral.

Located at a place of worship used for over 1000 years.

The Golden Hinde.

A replica of Drake’s ship, and like Drake’s vessel, has circumnavigated the world.

Bletchley Park.

A wartime code breaking centre kept secret for 30 years after the war ended.

London Zoo.

North end of Regent’s Park.

 High Kirk of Edinburgh.

High Kirk colour and glass.

The Thistle Chapel adds an interesting ‘extra’ to this cathedral

Kelburn Castle and grounds.

A castle with a most unusual facade.

Culzean Castle in the snow.

Culzean Castle and Grounds.

Interesting country house and lovely grounds.

Frozen Clyde.

Birds NOT happy!

Snow on the Green.

Glasgow Green looking very white.

Campsie Fells.

A pleasant glen tucked away just off the main road.

Grey Mare’s Tail.

A walk up beside a waterfall.

Crossraguel Abbey.

A ruin of a 16th C. abbey.

Strathclyde Country Park.

Always good for a walk.

Bothwell Castle.

A medieval castle close to Glasgow.

Doune Castle.

A castle best known through Monty Python.

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