Fordyce Kirk in Banffshire - On a Sabbath morning in the spring of 1804 communion was taken for the last time in this ‘House of God’ and in so doing a thousand years of worship on this site from early Christian to Presbyterian ended.
Ruthven Barracks - After the Jacobites were defeated at Culloden, the Ruthven Barracks were their final rallying point. It was during this time that the men got word that the rebellion was all over and that Bonnie Prince Charlie had escaped to France. It is presently in ruins after the burning of the roof after it was captured in 1746 by the Jacobite Army. The main areas employed as stables and as a housing block are still standing.