‎Paul Wilkinson 252
 
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I'm a Scottish amateur photographer with a strong passion for history. I love to go exploring locally and find hidden areas long forgotten and share these with others. Come and join us at my new Scottish photography Facebook group.
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Crathes Castle, Aberdeenshire, ScotlandCrathes CastleAberdeenshire, ScotlandThe fantastic Crathes Castle has miles of beautiful walks as well as the 16th century tower house of the Burnett Family. It's a guided tour given...Ruthven Barracks, Highland, ScotlandRuthven BarracksHighland, ScotlandBeautiful fortress used by the English to police the Scots and help stop any future uprising. Sits on a high hill with a commanding view of the...Jupiter Artland, City of Edinburgh, ScotlandJupiter ArtlandCity of Edinburgh, ScotlandThe fantastic Jupiter Artland is a must visit. Situated not far from Edinburgh it has some magnificent walks and stunning outdoor artwork. Perfect...Blackness Castle, Blackness, ScotlandBlackness CastleBlackness, ScotlandView of the bridges at sunset, taken from Blackness Castle.The Great Steward of Scotland's Dumfries House Trust, East Ayrshire, ScotlandThe Great Steward of Scotland's Dumfries House TrustEast Ayrshire, ScotlandDumfries House is one of the UK's most beautiful stately homes. Set in 2,000 acres of land, this stunning estate and 18th-Century house has an...Kilchurn Castle, Argyll and Bute, ScotlandKilchurn CastleArgyll and Bute, ScotlandKilchurn Castle, one of Scotland's most photographed castles. Taken with the Huawei P9. #troveontuesday #scotland #castle #mountains #highlandsInveraray, ScotlandInverarayScotlandInveraray Castle viewed from the bridge to the town. Taken on the Huawei P9 #castle #scotland #highlandsRemains of Lauchope House, Chapelhall, ScotlandRemains of Lauchope HouseChapelhall, ScotlandThe remains of Lauchope House. Only just surviving at the side of the M8 this house and it's family played some important roles within Scottish...Saint John's Kirk, ScotlandSaint John's KirkScotlandThe small but lovely St John's Kirk near Symington. Not much now to see but once there sat a church, now there are graves only. A lovely place to...Buchanan Street, Glasgow, Glasgow, ScotlandBuchanan Street, GlasgowGlasgow, ScotlandNovember evening in Glasgow.New Monteith House, Carstairs Junction, ScotlandNew Monteith HouseCarstairs Junction, ScotlandNow known as New Monteith House, it was originally named Carstairs House. An interesting house with an interesting history. This is a picture of...Blantyre Priory, Blantyre, ScotlandBlantyre PrioryBlantyre, ScotlandBelow the ancient ruins of #Blantyre Priory sits this and some other fabulous rock carvings. These #carvings have baffled people for years however...Muirhouse Farm, Wishaw, ScotlandMuirhouse FarmWishaw, ScotlandThis Mausoleum was built for the Lord of Belhaven and Stenton in 1869 and was the final resting place of both he and his wife. The mausoleum sits...West Lodge, Rosebank, ScotlandWest LodgeRosebank, ScotlandTaken from inside the Mauldslie Castle Estate looking towards the West Lodge Gatehouse.Nemphlar Moor road, Nemphlar, ScotlandNemphlar Moor roadNemphlar, ScotlandThis is known as Lee Folly. It was built to be looked upon by those living in the stunning Lee Castle which is set in the Nemphlar Valley, near...Hamilton Mausoleum, South Lanarkshire, ScotlandHamilton MausoleumSouth Lanarkshire, ScotlandThe inside of the dome at Hamilton Mausoleum. All that remains of Hamilton Palace, one of most grand houses ever built within the UK. Unfortunately...Airth Castle Hotel, Airth, ScotlandAirth Castle HotelAirth, ScotlandA view of Airth Castle taken from the rear.Abercorn Church, Lothian, ScotlandAbercorn ChurchLothian, ScotlandGravestone from Abercorn Church grounds. A beautifully detailed church with plenty of interesting graves, some dating back to 1600s. The church...Boghead, ScotlandBogheadScotlandThe ruin of Bellscroft Saw Mill. Not to much of it left however the wheel is still in situ plus some interesting bits and bobs laying around.Culross, ScotlandCulrossScotlandThe Mercat Cross, Culross. A fabulous little village, very lovely for a walk. Also heavily featured in Outlander. I'd also recommend visiting the...
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