Blackness Castle is a 15th-century fortress, near the village of Blackness, Scotland, on the south shore of the Firth of Forth. It was built, probably on the site of an earlier fort, by Sir George Crichton in the 1440's.

Blackness Castle is a fortress, near the village of Blackness, Scotland, on the south shore of the Firth of Forth by Dave Cleghorn

Skellig Michael (from Sceilig Mhichíl in the Irish language, meaning Michael’s rock), also known as Great Skellig, is a steep rocky island in the Atlantic Ocean about 9 miles from the coast of County Kerry, Ireland. After probably being founded in the 7th century, for 600 years the island was a centre of monastic life for Irish Christian monks. The Gaelic monastery, which is situated almost at the summit of the 230-metre-high rock. It is one of Europe’s least accessible monasteries.

Skellig Michael (from Sceilig Mhichíl in the Irish language, meaning Michael’s rock), also known as Great Skellig, is a steep rocky island in the Atlantic Ocean about 9 miles kilometres) from.

Woman and child walking down street in Glasgow slum.

Woman and child walking down street in Glasgow slum. People see a tenement and they automatically assume 'slum'. Looks to me like a decent local on a wet winter's day. The poverty! The degradation' My arse.

This photograph shows HIghland cattle arriving at Kyle of Lochalsh from Kyleakin on the Island of Skye in a Highland Railways barge, HR No. 2. The cattle were landed at a point behind the Lochalsh Hotel. Cattle reared on Skye were sold at cattle fairs and markets on the island before heading to bigger fairs at Crieff or Falkirk, and eventually to the English market.

This photograph shows HIghland cattle arriving at Kyle of Lochalsh from Kyleakin on the Island of Skye in a Highland Railways barge, HR No. The cattle.

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