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In pictures: Around Scotland in five pictures, 25/04/14 - The Scotsman

In pictures: Around Scotland in five pictures, 25/04/14 - The Scotsman

The Royal Scotsman - Luxury Train Travel in Scotland - Highland (2 Nights) - Highland (2 Nights)

The Royal Scotsman - Luxury Train Travel in Scotland - Highland (2 Nights) - Highland (2 Nights)

Linlithgow Railway Station 1845, "Humble Linlithgow in central Scotland lays claim to being first train station in the world to have been photographed. The station, half way along the Edinburgh to Glasgow route, has recently unveiled a plaque commemorating this historic photo, as part of the Linlithgow Heritage Trail, as part of ScotRail’s ‘Adopt a Station’ scheme which aims to make stations central to their local communities."

Linlithgow Railway Station 1845, "Humble Linlithgow in central Scotland lays claim to being first train station in the world to have been photographed. The station, half way along the Edinburgh to Glasgow route, has recently unveiled a plaque commemorating this historic photo, as part of the Linlithgow Heritage Trail, as part of ScotRail’s ‘Adopt a Station’ scheme which aims to make stations central to their local communities."

Ardgour and Loch Linnhe

Ardgour and Loch Linnhe

The Hills of Ardgour and Loch Linnhe

The Hills of Ardgour and Loch Linnhe

Duart Castle on the Isle of Mull is the setting for much of MUCH ADO ABOUT MARRIAGE. The stronghold for Clan MacLean, Duart was built in the 12th century and was also used to film parts of the movie ENTRAPMENT featuring Sean Connery. If you get the chance to visit Duart, be sure to visit the clan history display and read about the Lady Rock. It's a fine (perhaps true?) Scottish tale.

Duart Castle on the Isle of Mull is the setting for much of MUCH ADO ABOUT MARRIAGE. The stronghold for Clan MacLean, Duart was built in the 12th century and was also used to film parts of the movie ENTRAPMENT featuring Sean Connery. If you get the chance to visit Duart, be sure to visit the clan history display and read about the Lady Rock. It's a fine (perhaps true?) Scottish tale.

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