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    Take a ride on "The Jacobite" steam passenger service from Fort William to Mallaig in the beautiful Scottish Highlands.
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    'During the night between 27th and 28th of February 2014 strong aurora activity took place,
    and Caithness on the far north of Scotland was one of the best places in the UK to watch the celestial show,'
    as explaind in the intro of the video and shown in the beautiful recordings below,
    which were filmed in Caithness, Scotland.

    0:55 That is truly breathtaking, majestic, and spectacular!


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    How to see the Northern Lights in the UK:
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    Lancaster University's Aurora Watch chart is a very useful resource,
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    Best places in the UK to see the Northern Lights:

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    Inchmurrin, Scotland


    A 30-minute hop, skip and a ferry ride from Glasgow, Inchmurrin is the largest of Loch Lomond’s islands and offers plenty of water-based activities: from Loch cruises and canoeing, to windsurfing or fishing. Plus, the nearby Inchcallioch Nature Reserve and Balmaha Forest mean there’s stuff to keep landlubbers busy too.
    Bute, Scotland


    With five beautiful beaches to choose from (Stravannan Bay is particularly peaceful), it wouldn’t be hard to spend all your time by the sea when visiting Bute. However, accommodating more than 8,000 years of civilisation has brought plenty of man-made sights too: from the gothic splendor of Mount Stuart House to the pretty Ascog Hall Gardens.
    Jura, Scotland


    Found off the west coast of Scotland, Jura is one of Scotland’s last unspoilt wilderness islands: more than 5000 deer outnumber its teeny 200 inhabitants. Visit Jura’s ancient landmarks or take a walking tour of the Paps of Jura. Or, why not just enjoy all that peace and quiet with a wee dram of single malt whisky from the local distillery?
    Isle of Coll, Scotland


    While the Isle of Coll has plenty to attract – including a surprising number of virtually untouched beaches – the island certainly doesn’t pander to tourists: there are no information points, few road signs and very little mobile phone coverage here. However, if you really want to ‘get away from it all’, Coll is the place for you. Just watch out for the ever-changing weather.
    Isle of Tiree, Scotland


    The Isle of Tiree is postively balmy (well, for the Hebrides!) at most times during the year. In fact, it has some of the highest levels of sunshine recorded anywhere in the British Isles, making its fine white-sand beaches a must-visit. Thrill-seekers should take advantage of its consistent Atlantic winds and try surfing, body-boarding or windsurfing.
    Isle of Gigha, Scotland


    Known as ‘The Good Isle’ (could that be because it gets higher than average sunshine hours?), Gigha is one of the most beautiful islands in the Hebrides with stunning views, breathtaking sunsets, and a host of birds and wildlife. The flat landscape makes it ideal for walkers and cyclists too.
    Isle of Iona, Scotland


    Like so many of the islands in the Hebrides, peaceful Iona is no different in offering a welcome break from the stresses and strains of modern life. It’s steeped in history – Iona is seen as the birthplace of Christianity in Scotland – great for walking, and is home to a collection of handsome and quiet white-sand beaches.
    North Uist, Scotland


    You’re certain to become a bird-spotting expert after a visit to North Uist: the RSPB Balranald nature reserve on the West Coast of the island is bursting with coastal wading and diving birds, while the beautiful small Isle of Vallay on the same coast is a must-visit at low-tide. Otherwise, follow in Prince Charles’ footsteps and explore North Uist’s stunning blend of beaches, scenic landscape and freshwater lochs.
    South Uist, Scotland


    With fjordic inlets and bays on the east coast and over 20 miles of beautiful white shell beaches running down the west coast, South Uist is a truly special place. Even on a crisp winter’s day, the Loch Druidibeg Nature reserve is recommended.
    Isle of Arran, Scotland


    Sandwiched between Aryshire and Kintyre and located in the Firth of Clyde, the Isle of Arran has often been called Scotland in miniature because of its diverse landscape which takes in rugged rocky mountains, pretty villages, a beautiful coastline and rolling greenery and woodland. Perfect for both relaxed and action-packed breaks.
    Isle of Mull, Scotland


    Boasting more than 300 miles of incredible coastline, it’s best to view the Isle of Mull from up on high. Luckily the 966-metre-high Ben More mountain (the highest on the island) offers a spectacular panorama: on a clear day every island in the southern Hebrides is visble. Both Duart Castle and Torosay castle also offer amazing, yet slightly less vertigo-inducing, scenes too.
    Luing, Scotland


    The Isle of Luing has barely changed over the past two hundred years, so you can expect to find a charming Scottish paradise – weather permitting – complete with white-washed quarriers cottages and an abundance of floral and fauna when you exit the ferry from Oban.
    Colonsay, Scotland


    It may take just over two hours from Oban in North Argyll to get to the island of Colonsay, but the ferry trip is definitely one worth making, not least for the beautiful views along the way. Packed with natural beauty – from unspoilt sandy beaches to seal colonies and wooded areas teeming with wildlife – Colonsay is the place to go for rest, relaxation and tranquillity.
    Isle of Islay, Scotland


    Whisky lovers should certainly add a trip to the Isle of Islay (pronounced Eye-La) to their list of must-visit destinations: the nicknamed ‘Queen of the Hebrides’ has eight distilleries from which to try the local tipple. But with a mild climate, beautiful scenery and wildlife and a number of quiet, sandy beaches on offer, you won’t want to be inside for long.
    Isle of Eriska, Scotland


    Not to be confused with the western Hebrides island, Eriskay, the Isle of Eriska is a private island located two hours north of Glasgow. Accommodating the five-star Isle of Eriska Hotel & Spa (think plush suites and award-winning food), the 300-acre island sits at the mouth of Loch Creran and nestles into the eastern side of one of the world’s most celebrated rift valleys.
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    Orkney Islands, Scotland


    Made up of around 70 small islands off the coast of northern Scotland, the Orkney Islands are a delightful place to visit, not least because of the gently rolling landscape of green fields, heather moorlands and lakes. Highlights include the Neolithic heartland in the West Mainland, Kirkwall Cathedral and the Old Man of Hoy, Britain’s tallest sea stack.
    Lismore, Scotland


    Birdsong, clean air and stunning mountain views: no, you’re not in the Alps, you’re in Lismore. The Argyll island’s natural beauty (it’s surrounded on all sides by mountains, including Ben Neavis and the Glencoe hills), is enough to have you bursting into song.
    Eriskay Island


    No trip to the Hebrides would be complete without a trip to Eriskay, now made more accessible by the opening of the causeway from South Uist in 2000. Climb up into the hills for amazing panoramic views of the island (look out for the native Eriskay ponies) and across to Barra, or go for a dip down at Prince’s Beach, where Bonnie Prince Charlie came ashore in Scotland for the first time in 1745.
    Kerrera, Scotland


    It’s a shame that the Isle of Kerrera is so often overlooked: the island is just a short ferry ride from the mainland of Oban and its scenic, low-lying landscape makes it perfect for hiking and exploring on foot (plus, cars are banned for non-residents).
    Isle of Rasaay, Scotland


    Another one of Scotland’s pretty inner Hebridean islands, the Isle of Rasaay is characterised by the unique flat-topped peak known as Dun Caan. It may take all day to leisurely walk the 1,456 feet up and down Dun Caan, but the views make it worth it. For less active visitors, a beach or lakeside stroll, a spot of fresh-water trout fishing or bird-spotting should satisfy.
    Isle of Barra, Scotland


    White sandy beaches and beautiful scenery typify the Isles of Barra and Vatersay in the Outer Hebrides. On a lovely sunny day there are few better places to be, and a hike up Heaval hill will be rewarded with unbeatable views of the island’s amazing stretches of wildflower-backed beaches. The picturesque Kisimul Castle, located just offshore at Castlebay, is worth a look, too.
    Lewis and Harris, Scotland


    Say hello to the largest island in Scotland. While Harris is famous for its tweed, Lewis is also steeped in history and Gaelic culture – from Lews Castle to the Carloway Broch, which dates back to the Iron Age. There are also plenty of secluded beaches to discover, too.
    Isle of Skye, Scotland


    The Isle of Skye has a little something for everyone, from the imposing Cuillin ridge mountain, to white-sand beaches, and pretty bays and inlets. Plus, like so many places in Scotland, there’s an abundance of history: head to Eilean Donan castle on its rocky promontory in Lochalsh, or Armadale or Dunvegan Castle to discover more.
    Isle of Rum, Scotland


    Shaped like a rough diamond, the Isle of Rum is a real jewel in the Inner Hebrides crown. It’s got it all: think stunning mountain and coastal scenery, wonderful beaches and the imposing Kinloch Castle. Plus, Rum is famous for its Manx Shearwater bird colony, as well as Golden Eagles, so it’s great for bird-spotting too.
    Taransay, Scotland


    As featured in the BBC reality TV series Castaway, Taransay is one of the most beautiful and least spoilt islands in the Hebrides. It is so beautiful, in fact, that Castaway Ben Fogle even tried to buy it when Taransay was put up for sale a couple of years ago. After getting the ferry from Harris, be sure to explore the island and its idyllic beaches on foot.
    Torsa, Scotland


    With the six-bedroomed Torsa House being the only property on the island to rent out, if you’ve ever dreamed about owning your own private idyll then Torsa Island could be for place for you. There’s little to do beyond explore neighbouring bays and islands by motor boat (lessons provided), discover some amazing wildlife or go for long walks in the hills, but if you want a real break, that’s all you’ll want to do.
    Isle of Eigg, Scotland


    With a thriving eco-conscious community (the locals clubbed together and bought the island), you can certainly expect something a little different on the Isle of Eigg. Orchid-rich grasslands, lush meadows and loch-studded moors are a haven for a variety of wildlife, while dolphins and Minke whales frequent its surrounding sparkling waters.
    Fair Isle, Scotland


    Last winter you couldn’t move without seeing Fair Isle jumpers everywhere, so what better time to discover the origins of the distinctive knit than now? Beyond woollens, there’s the Fair Isle Bird Observatory where you can watch out for native puffins, razorbills and guillemots, while whales, dolphins and grey seals are regularly spotted close to shore.
    St Kilda, Scotland


    Its last inhabitants may have left back in the Thirties, but the spectacular archipelago of St Kilda, the remotest part of the British Isles, is worth a visit if you can get there. It’s not easy to get to the World Heritage Site, and you can only camp there, so contact National Trust for Scotland for details.
    Isle of Canna, Scotland


    With only 12 permanent inhabitants, the Isle of Canna is small to say the least. However, the entire island (except farmland) has been designated a Site of Specific Interest, so there’s stunning views of the countryside, beautiful sandy beaches and rare wildlife a-plenty. And, most importantly, it’s oh-so quiet. Shh!
    Tanera Mr, Scotland


    Tanera Mr is the largest and only inhabited island of Scotland’s collection of Summer Isles. This rugged beauty has a wealth of wildlife and history, which stretches back to the Viking times, and is best explored on foot, by boat or by kayak. Breathe in the fresh sea air and enjoy one of the most relaxing places in the UK.
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    All locations are listed on my flickr page. https://www.flickr.com/photos/route9a... I have spent the last few years collecting old images of Glasgow and tracing the locations to take a present picture of the same scene. Up until now they have been saved as stills and posted on my Flickr page here; http://www.flickr.com/photos/route9au... I thought I would try and compile them into a video and if successful I will do the same with some more of my photo projects. Hope you enjoy the video and remember to have a look on my flickr page for more images of Glasgow then and now. Dave P.S. Due to copyright, the original soundtrack of Pink Floyd's Wish you were here had to be replaced.



    Excellent footage of Old Glasgow Film
    1 - Trolley Buses Gorbals to City Centre 1966 Film
    2 - Trams in City Centre 1959 Film
    3 - Last day of the Trams Sept 1962 City Centre to Auchenshuggle ( Quite Sad)

    Featuring the music of the brilliant Eddi Reader ( Bell , book and candle) and Billy Connolly ( I wish I was in Glasgow). All copyrights belong to the artists. If you would like to comment please visit www.toffsinthetenement.co.uk and sign the guest book I hope you enjoy these Glasgow Memories

    Unused / unissued material - Clydeside, Glasgow, Scotland. VS showing poor area of Glasgow. Slum type blocks of flats and tenements, children playing amid rubbish, people stroll around. Good images of unemployment and inner city decay and depravation. Various shots of people waiting at bus stops. Lots of elderly ladies / pensioners. Various shots of men wandering aimlessly around the City. More scenes of children playing amidst the scenes of decay. (Pos. Master 600ft) FILM ID:3393.02

    Documentary about Queen Elizabeth Square, Sir Basil Spence's block of Brutalist style flats built to replace the Gorbal's tenements in Glasgow during the 1960's. His vision was based on architect Le Corbusier's ideas and aspired to transforming the Gorbals in to a Modernist Utopia.The film is the life and times of one building told by some of the people involved in it's history. The block was dynamited in 1993 amidst controversy and the death of a spectator. It is mentioned is Pevsner's Notable Buildings of Britain. This film was shown on BBC Scotland's Ex-S strand in 1993. Produced by May Miller and directed by Conrad Blakemore. This film is posted for educational and research purposes only and is copyright of BBC Scotland. Archive material courtesy of the Scottish Film Archive and the film's contributors.


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    Rare footage of the original construction of the M74 around Bothwell and Uddingston area


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    This vitrified fort lies on top a headland which commands extensive views of the Moray Firth. Originally believed to be Ptolemy's 'Ptoroton' and the 'Torffness' of the Orkneyinga Saga it is now known to be of Pictish origin. It encloses 3 hectares and is three times as large as any other fort of the same period in Scotland and is thought to be the oldest Pictish Fort. It was defended on the landward side by three banks and ditches which were destroyed during the creation of the harbour and modern village, their age is therefore uncertain. Six striking carved slabs known as the Burghead Bulls were discovered during excavations. Four of the originals are held locally in Burghead Library and Elgin Museum and one each in the Royal Museum, Edinburgh, and in the British Museum, London. Much of the fort was destroyed during the re-building of the village from 1805-09. The Doorie Hill (see below), which marked the junction of the citadel and the bailey, is the only remaining piece of the southern ramparts. Lengths of the eastern and northern ramparts are also still visible.


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    West Highland Line


    The Jacobite, crossing Glenfinnan viaduct

    Departing a short distance away from Ben Nevis, the Jacobite encounters some of the UK's most dramatic scenery. As the steam locomotive chugs along the 67km track, mountainous hillsides pierce the skyline and lakes glimmer in the distance. The routes extension to Mallaig was constructed over a century ago, with the intention to make the remote area more accessible, and it has successfully continued its service to the Scottish Atlantic coast since.

    Perhaps the most recognisable part of the journey is the Glenfinnan viaduct, which featured in the Harry Potter film series. Beyond this, the train stops at Britain's westernmost mainland railway station and passes the shortest river in the UK, before arriving at Loch Nevis the deepest seawater loch in Europe.

    Starts and ends: Fort William to Mallaig, Scotland

    Duration: 1 hour 25 minutes

    Best known for: Featured in the Harry Potter movies

    On the West Highland Line, Glenfinnan station dates from 1901


    The West Highland Line in Scotland was made famous through the Harry Potter movie franchise
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    The more treeless areas of Scotland and Ireland remind me of the western US, especially during spring when it's green. Similar kind of stark beauty, with rolling hills, mountains, and grasslands.


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    The island of Stronsay in the Orkney's:


    There are many stories of strange sea creatures having been washed up on shores all over the world. These discoveries often excite us, because we want to believe that there are long forgotten creatures living in our oceans, or even creatures we haven't even heard of before. But more often than not, science tells us otherwise. The case of the Stronsay Beast, however, after 200 years of research, has an element of mystery about it, even to this day.











    Island hopping is one of the great Orcadian adventures. Think beautiful beaches, fascinating sites and a friendly, warm welcome from locals.


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