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Hogwarts Express

28 Sep 2020 11 10 25
Fujifilm XT-1 with Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM and Viltrox EF-FX2 Harry Potter's famous Hogwarts Express train visits Glasgow today - here are the stations and times. Quoted from Glasgow Live

St Andrews, Market Street


St Andrews, Grounds of St Mary's College

03 Jun 2015 9 8 19
St Mary's College, founded as New College or College of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the home of the Faculty and School of Divinity within the University of St Andrews, in Fife, Scotland. The college was founded in 1538 by Archbishop James Beaton, uncle of Cardinal David Beaton on the site of the Pedagogy or St John's College (founded 1418). Quoted from Wikipedia

St Andrews, Church Street


St Andrews, Grounds of St Mary's College

03 Jun 2015 8 6 19
St Mary's College, founded as New College or College of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the home of the Faculty and School of Divinity within the University of St Andrews, in Fife, Scotland. The college was founded in 1538 by Archbishop James Beaton, uncle of Cardinal David Beaton on the site of the Pedagogy or St John's College (founded 1418). Quoted from Wikipedia

St Andrews, Doocot

03 Jun 2015 7 4 13
A dovecote or dovecot or doocot (Scots: doocot) is a structure intended to house pigeons or doves. Dovecotes may be free-standing structures in a variety of shapes, or built into the end of a house or barn. They generally contain pigeonholes for the birds to nest. Pigeons and doves were an important food source historically in the Middle East and Europe and were kept for their eggs and dung. Quoted from Wikipedia

St Andrews, Grounds of St Mary's College

03 Jun 2015 4 2 12
St Mary's College, founded as New College or College of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is the home of the Faculty and School of Divinity within the University of St Andrews, in Fife, Scotland. The college was founded in 1538 by Archbishop James Beaton, uncle of Cardinal David Beaton on the site of the Pedagogy or St John's College (founded 1418). Quoted from Wikipedia

St Andrews, Fishergate

11 Mar 2017 6 4 27
The famous photograph entitled, "St Andrews, North Street, Fishergate, Women and Children Baiting the Line" was taken here around 1845 by Robert Adamson & David Octavius Hill. Click on the link to see this wonderful nineteenth-century photograph.

St Andrews, Castle

19 Jun 2017 8 10 17
St Andrews Castle is a ruin located in the coastal Royal Burgh of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland. The castle sits on a rocky promontory overlooking a small beach called Castle Sands and the adjoining North Sea. There has been a castle standing at the site since the times of Bishop Roger (1189-1202), son of the Earl of Leicester. It housed the burgh’s wealthy and powerful bishops while St Andrews served as the ecclesiastical centre of Scotland during the years before the Protestant Reformation. In their Latin charters, the Archbishops of St Andrews wrote of the castle as their palace, signing, "apud Palatium nostrum." Quoted from Wikipedia

St Andrews, Byres Theatre

14 Oct 2016 5 4 12
The Byre Theatre is a theatre in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. It was founded in 1933 by Charles Marford, an actor (found in the Who's Who of 1921) and Alexander B. Paterson, a local journalist and playwright, with help from a theatre group made up from members of Hope Park Church, St Andrews. The University of St Andrews announced in August 2014 that the theatre was to reopen under the management of the University, after striking a deal with owners Fife Council and Creative Scotland. Quoted from Wikipedia

St Andrews in the Rain

12 Sep 2015 11 16 26
The rainfall in St Andrews is significant, with precipitation even during the driest month. Quoted from the 'Climate Data' website

St Andrews in the Rain

12 Sep 2015 6 4 16
The rainfall in St Andrews is significant, with precipitation even during the driest month. Quoted from the 'Climate Data' website

St Andrews in the Rain

12 Sep 2015 3 2 11
The rainfall in St Andrews is significant, with precipitation even during the driest month. Quoted from the 'Climate Data' website

St Andrews, VW, Market Street

05 Sep 2015 12 12 28
Volkswagen... is a German automaker founded in 1937 by the German Labour Front, known for the iconic Beetle and headquartered in Wolfsburg. Quoted from Wikipedia

St Andrews, The Yew Tree Trading Company

05 Sep 2015 6 4 14
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St Andrews, Fountain Working

05 Sep 2015 9 12 25
This memorial is erected in a central part of Market-street in St. Andrew's, where the thoroughfare is of unusual width. The stone used in the structure is principally Dumfries red sandstone, obtained from the well-known Corncockle quarries on the estate of Sir Alexander Jardine, Bart, Lockerbie, and while an agreeable warmth of colour is thus obtained, a telling effect of contrast is secured by the introduction of columns and copings of polished Dalbeattie granite. Quoted from the Scottish Architects' website

St Andrews, Fixing the Fountain

30 Oct 2014 5 4 16
This memorial is erected in a central part of Market-street in St. Andrew's, where the thoroughfare is of unusual width. The stone used in the structure is principally Dumfries red sandstone, obtained from the well-known Corncockle quarries on the estate of Sir Alexander Jardine, Bart, Lockerbie, and while an agreeable warmth of colour is thus obtained, a telling effect of contrast is secured by the introduction of columns and copings of polished Dalbeattie granite. Quoted from the Scottish Architects' website

St Andrews, Fixing the Fountain

30 Oct 2014 4 2 13
This memorial is erected in a central part of Market-street in St. Andrew's, where the thoroughfare is of unusual width. The stone used in the structure is principally Dumfries red sandstone, obtained from the well-known Corncockle quarries on the estate of Sir Alexander Jardine, Bart, Lockerbie, and while an agreeable warmth of colour is thus obtained, a telling effect of contrast is secured by the introduction of columns and copings of polished Dalbeattie granite. Quoted from the Scottish Architects' website

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