×  HOME MAPPING GALLERIES ARCHIVE TOOLKITS EXHIBITS LOGIN ABOUT
Item ID Title Description Added Updated
272 Länsstyrelsen Värmland Värmland County Administrative Board (VCAB) is a regional authority and a link between people and local authorities, and the parliament and central authorities, covering issues and competences in the entire social span. VCAB has a regional EU department with the responsibility to support Värmland in transnational cooperation. Sunday 14th of October 2018 12:02:33 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 10:29:07 AM
273 Region Värmland Region Värmland has arranged and facilitated regional and international events to develop technological innovations, based upon virtual reality for example and other hybrid forms of storytelling. Our experience and expertise is an asset for the project, as we have knowledge of initiating and managing projects that benefit from both commercial, as well as cultural values, for entrepreneurs in the cultural sector. The region has a long tradition of business support and business innovation. Sunday 14th of October 2018 12:05:42 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 10:23:40 AM
274 Sunne kommun Sunne is a cultural hub with its regional Västanå Teater, culture heritage foundation of Selma Lagerlöf, garden & sculpture park Rottneros and its experimental museum Alma Löv. Sunne is a wintersport resort for nordic and down hill skiing and in summer good for forest excursions, walking, mountain biking, fishing and swimming. A culture summer week gathers famous artist and authors for seminars and events. Students from the graphical vocational school are drivers in culture activities. Sunday 14th of October 2018 12:09:12 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 10:26:48 AM
275 Rottneros Park Trädgård AB Rottneros Park, from early 1900, is now long-term leased by a semi-public company, owned by Sunne municipality. The sculpture park - with a large area for flowers and trees covers 22 hectares - is open in summertime and has up to 40000 visitors. It is an experimental arena in a traditional environment for gardening, art and craft. Activities: annual flower exhibitions/ fairs, guided excursions with focus on sculpture & artists, special fairs about wildlife, hunting, food, craft or vintage cars. Sunday 14th of October 2018 12:12:23 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 02:16:53 PM
276 Nome Kommune The municipality has been working with commercialisation of culture businesses & cultural heritage. The project manager is experienced, specifically on culture. Nome has a tradition for hosting events, smaller activities and small festivals, has knowledge within the organisation as well a broad network that helps to lift events to a sustainable level. The municipality has good knowledge of the cultural heritage and the context of the events, and of potential business developers and start-ups. Sunday 14th of October 2018 12:14:53 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 10:22:09 AM
277 Landkreis Wesermarsch Wesermarsch with a tradition in cultural heritage (North Sea spirit as a typical coastal zone region) has a strong record of museums and local arts & crafts centers. Its traditional character is technical craftsmanship/construction knowledge, which still is the case with the presence of world leading companies in aircraft and ship building. The organisation works with the interface between culture and economics, how to use and to focus local competences increasing regional attractiveness. Sunday 14th of October 2018 12:17:11 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:28:05 PM
278 Gemeente Middelburg Middelburg is experienced in encouraging (young) people to start new companies, to stimulate cross-sectoral cooperation and explore new product and market combinations. The town works closely together with the Roosevelt University; both collaborate with the Erasmus University Rotterdam and the Association of City Management. Town, province, Scalda and Rabobank, started DOK 4, an incubator for innovative techno and creative start-ups. New entrepreneurs get guidance and coaching. Sunday 14th of October 2018 12:20:05 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 10:18:17 AM
279 Gemeente Heuvelland The municipality has experience of developing the area for a.o. tourism, often connected to WW 1. We try to push other values that promote the area, not the least to attract people to live and work here. We work closely with the annual folk music festival and other artist activities. Our mission is to market the municipality with a wide range of themes and work on projects that promote the rural silence, pristine nature and cultural heritage with roots in prehistory, in pottery and in art. Sunday 14th of October 2018 01:42:42 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 10:13:05 AM
280 Vereniging zonder Winstoogmerk Festival Dranouter VZW Festival Dranouter has a 44 year tradition of using culture and local heritage as a lever for economic activities in its own (rural) areas. As such we can contribute with experience related to the subject of research within the CUPIDO project. We have developed a broad range of activities over the years and can share experience (success and losses) that we gathered over the years. We have always worked on the borderline between business, culture and tourism. Sunday 14th of October 2018 01:45:25 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 10:11:16 AM
281 Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen HOWEST The university has been stimulating entrepreneurship and an entrepreneurial spirit, due to working for many years with students, teachers as well as researchers. Howest has therefore gained a vast knowledge in developing and supporting businesses in different sectors and fields of expertise. Sunday 14th of October 2018 01:48:21 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 10:17:21 AM
282 Creative Foundation The Creative Foundation is an arts charity, which has spent 15 years using creative activity to make Folkestone a better place to live, work, play, study and visit. By mobilising the incredible artistic resources already in the town and working hand in hand with the community, our partners and stakeholders, we have established 5 main projects: the Creative Quarter, Quarterhouse, Triennial, Book Festival and Folkestone Artworks, through which we are transforming the town and surrounding area. Sunday 14th of October 2018 01:50:53 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 10:00:42 AM
283 Høgskolen i Sørøst Norge USN has sustainable regional development as a priority and offers programs of study from undergraduate to PhD in business management and marketing as well as cultural studies. Researchers are engaged in international projects on regional development in many areas. Contact persons are Prof. Helgadottir, who is a specialist in rural tourism development, and associate prof. Per Strömberg who is a specialist in cultural and creative industries with a focus on adaptive re-use. Sunday 14th of October 2018 01:52:44 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 02:15:17 PM
284 Highland and Islands Enterprise Highlands and Islands Enterprise is an economic & community development agency that promotes cultural activities in rural communities. Provide targeted management support to ‘creative/cultural’ social enterprises and businesses. We can share our experiences of community-based approaches and business models to enhance economic growth within very remote and rural communities. We encourage young people in education and employment opportunities in culture and creative industries sector. Sunday 14th of October 2018 01:55:24 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 02:11:07 PM
285 University of St Andrews OpenVirtualWorlds is an interdisciplinary group of researchers with expertise in computing, digital design, history and museology; and with 10 years experience in 3D and immersive technologies, focusing on system engineering and the relationship between quality of service and experience. Scientific results are addressing the use of Virtual Worlds, Cross and Parallel reality systems in mobile and immersive contexts. We have spun out SMART History, to create a Virtual Time binocular platform. Sunday 14th of October 2018 01:58:17 PM Wednesday 27th of May 2020 12:22:45 PM
286 Cupido kick off meeting The CUPIDO partners officially kicked off the project in Värmland, 15th to 17th of October. All the partners were represented and everyone that attended made the meeting a great success. Friday 09th of November 2018 11:27:04 AM Thursday 07th of February 2019 11:42:33 AM
287 Cine15 Learning the language of film is a fundamental entitlement for people to enable them to understand how meaning is made and stories are told; to develop their awareness of film's central place in our cultural history and heritage; and, to be able to tell their own stories and become active participants in the making of the art and culture of the future. Friday 09th of November 2018 03:08:51 PM Friday 09th of November 2018 03:08:51 PM
290 North Isles Landscape Partnership The NILPS has been specially created to support life in Orkney’s North Isles, while conserving and raising awareness of their distinctive identities, heritage and culture. To achieve this goal, the NILPS plans to deliver a range of innovative projects over the next five years, working closely with local communities. Projects will focus on everything from island life and culture, and the conservation of local knowledge, to initiatives aimed at encouraging the discovery of local landscapes. Ways in which island communities can thrive into the future will also be explored and supported. The NILPS is being supported by Orkney Islands Council, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Historic Environment Scotland, the RSPB, Scottish Natural Heritage, and The National Lottery. Monday 21st of January 2019 11:49:33 AM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:31:19 PM
292 Scapa Flow Visitor Centre Scapa Flow Visitor Centre and Museum. The main site is closed for major renovations until 2020, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Orkney Islands Council, Historic Environment Scotland, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Museums Galleries Scotland and LEADER. During this period, there is a temporary exhibition in the Hoy Hotel, Lyness, half a mile from the ferry terminal and adjacent to the Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery. The exhibition is a great first stop for visitors to the island and has lots of information on all the other activities and attractions available on Hoy. Visitors can virtually explore the main site via a 360-degree touch screen photo presentation, as well as finding out all about the history of Scapa Flow during two world wars. During the closure period, The Orkney Museum in Kirkwall will be displaying a changing selection of objects from the wartime collection. From April – October there are regular guided walks around the remains of the former naval base, led by museum staff. Booking is advised, and there is a charge for the walk. Monday 21st of January 2019 01:18:56 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 04:15:40 PM
295 Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre is a hub for people to meet, share ideas, learn new skills and experience exhibitions and events that are imaginative and stimulating. The island location and environment are very important to the work we do, the place, the Gaelic language, culture and heritage are part of our identity. We have regular visual art, moving image and heritage exhibitions, we have live music events, art classes for children and adults, writers groups and events and a new Education & Outreach programme. Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre is a partnership between Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath and the Uist Art Association. The two voluntary organisations formed Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust in 1993 and over several years have created a thriving museum and arts centre that has much to offer to visitors and the local community. Located in Lochmaddy, the main port of entry to North Uist, Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre is located on the shoreline of a marine Special Area of Conservation. The sea and sky directly influence the artistic and cultural life of Taigh Chearsabhagh. Inspired by our unique island location we have a vibrant and stimulating exhibition, event and outreach programme going on throughout the year at Taigh Chearsabhagh. Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 01:33:29 AM Wednesday 20th of May 2020 05:23:59 PM
298 Highlanders Museum The Highlanders’ Museum (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection) covers three floors of Fort George’s former Lieutenant Governors’ House. The museum has roughly 20,000 artefacts and an estimated 10,000 documents and photographs. The museum is the largest regimental museum in Scotland, outside of Edinburgh. Browse through the menus to feel the experience. Highlanders The Highlanders are the descendants of four famous Scottish Regiments originally raised from the Clans and communities of the Highlands and Islands in the late 1700’s. The Highlanders Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, (4 SCOTS), today incorporates the world-famous names of the Seaforth Highlanders, The Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders and the Queen’s Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons). The Museum represents all these famous Regiments except for The Gordon Highlanders who have their own museum in Aberdeen. The museum includes items from the Lovat Scouts and Liverpool Scottish as well as our Allied Regiments from Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Gurkhas. Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 02:37:47 AM Wednesday 20th of May 2020 05:19:18 PM
299 Ionad Hiort Chaidh am buidheann againn, Buidheann Leasachaidh Ionad Hiort, a stèidheachadh aig coinneamh phoblach far an robh àireamh mhath de mhuinntir na sgìre an làthair. BLIH/ the St Kilda Centre Development Group was formally established at a well-attended community meeting which enthusiastically endorsed the project. In 2010 Ionad Hiort Ltd was founded. ‘S e prìomh amas na buidhne againn, an t-ionad ùr a chruthachadh agus ‘s e a’ chiad dhleastanas a tha oirnn conaltradh a thòiseachadh ris na prìomh compàirtichearan, UNESCO, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Iomairt nan Eilean, Urras Nàdair Alba, Pròiseact nan Ealan agus eile, gus comataidh-stiùiridh a stèidheachadh a dhealbhas Urras neo Bunait a chruthaicheas ionad turasachd airson Hiort aig ìre na cruinne. Our main aim is to establish the new St Kilda Centre as a major visitor attraction for the Western Isles, and our first task is to engage with all the lead partners, UNESCO, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Iomairt nan Eilean, the National Trust for Scotland, and Proiseact nan Ealan to deliver a world-class visitor centre. Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 02:57:12 AM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:21:33 PM
300 Shetland Amenities Trust Shetland Amenity Trust constantly strives to preserve and enhance everything that is distinctive about Shetland's cultural and natural heritage, promoting access to it whether physical or intellectual. The Trust was created in 1983 and has since delivered an extensive range of high quality heritage and culture projects, in partnership with a range of local, national and international agencies. We continue to be pro-active in seeking new opportunities and identifying new funding sources, to further enhance the heritage and culture experience for local Shetland people and visitors to our islands. We are part of a community which takes great pride and pleasure in our cultural and natural heritage, embracing traditions, dialect and our physical environment in all of our activities. Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 03:04:09 AM Thursday 28th of May 2020 09:55:55 AM
301 Shetland Bus Friendship Society 'The Shetland Bus', was a Shetland based boat operation to and from Norway, that took place during the Second World War (1939 - 1945). The website is dedicated to all those who gave of their lives in the extremely hazardous boat trips between Shetland and Norway, to assist the Norwegian resistance movement. The conditions under which they operated, the difficulties of crossing the North Sea at night, with no lights and far from any possible help, can scarcely be imagined today. Always present in the minds of those on board would have been the threat of discovery and the risk of being shot at by German planes or boats, and possibly captured when they finally reached the Norwegian coast. Pictures, words and some audio files are available on this website, so please feel free to look around. A waltz (a 792k WAV file) was even written in honour of the extraordinary achievements. The 'HITRA' on a recent visit to Scalloway, in Shetland The project was initiated by, and has been coordinated by, Colin Nicol who is head of history at the Scalloway Junior High School. Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 03:21:45 AM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:36:47 PM
302 The Bridges Collection Through a Glass Darkly - Digitisation of the Bridges Collection (a collection of Cypriot antiquities held at the University of St Andrews). Funded by the Leventis Foundation. Project directors: Rebecca Sweetman (School of Classics) & Alison Hadfield (MUSA). Through a Glass Darkly is a project involving colleagues in the School of Classics (Rebecca Sweetman and Ioannis Georganas) and the Museum of the University of St Andrews, MUSA (Alison Hafield and Hannah Sycamore) which stems from research into changing perceptions material culture according to the medium in which it is experienced. From this research project we have designed a number of practical applications which have been rolled out to help inform museum curatorial decision making processes as well as support education in schools and museums. Our work is funded by the Leventis Foundation and the University of St Andrews. https://thebridgescollection.wordpress.com/2017/05/19/through-a-glass-darkly/ Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:04:41 AM Tuesday 05th of February 2019 04:17:30 PM
303 MUSA The Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA) displays to the public some of the treasures from the University's collection of over 112,000 artefacts. Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:08:43 AM Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:08:43 AM
304 Black Ceramic Jug Through a Glass Darkly - Digitisation of the Bridges Collection (a collection of Cypriot antiquities held at the University of St Andrews). Funded by the Leventis Foundation. Project directors: Rebecca Sweetman (School of Classics) & Alison Hadfield (MUSA). Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:11:11 AM Tuesday 05th of February 2019 04:38:57 PM
305 Possible Panther Possible panther skull - Bell Pettigrew Museum Teaching Collection Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:27:26 AM Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:33:27 AM
306 Porpoise Porpoise Skull - Bell Pettigrew Museum Teaching Collection Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:44:59 AM Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:44:59 AM
307 Black Bear Skull Black Bear Skull - The Bell Pettigrew Museum Teaching Collection Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:46:32 AM Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:46:32 AM
308 Chimpanzee skull Chimpanzee skull from Bell Pettigrew Natural History Museum handling collection for mammology studies Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:48:09 AM Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:48:32 AM
309 Bell Pettigrew The Bell Pettigrew Museum is the University of St Andrews zoology museum. It is a rare survival of a Victorian teaching museum, and wonderfully atmospheric. The displays, which include examples of several extinct species, are arranged to allow the evolutionary and taxonomic relationships between animals to be clearly understood. Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:52:07 AM Friday 14th of February 2020 11:51:24 AM
311 School of Classics, Swallowgate, St Andrews Vibrant research community with wide expertise: literature, archaeology, reception, philosophy, ancient slavery and imperialism. University of St Andrews. Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:55:06 AM Friday 14th of February 2020 11:54:54 AM
312 Skyward A study in Flight. Fife-based photographer Kit Martin and University of St Andrews students exhibition. Exploring the idea of flight, Let’s Take Flight will give visitors the chance to “fly” over St Andrews, experiencing the sensation of swooping over rooftops thanks to 360° video of the town that has been filmed by drones and will be projected through immersive, virtual reality headsets. Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:56:44 AM Friday 14th of February 2020 11:56:00 AM
313 St Andrews Castle St Andrew's 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. Property of Historic Environment Scotland (HES). Thursday 24th of January 2019 10:57:59 AM Friday 14th of February 2020 11:57:19 AM
315 Kulturmødet Kulturmødet is a festival in North Denmark gathering an audience from artists, politicians, media, employees of cultural institutions to a general all-age public. The festival is one of Denmark´s most important platforms that focus on the role of art and culture in contemporary society. The local community can use KM to create businesses and start-ups. The festival director has a long record as developer of new cultural formats that bridge between art, experience economy and creative businesses. Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:16:23 AM Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:16:23 AM
316 Morsø Municipality Morsø municipality builds further on the cultural heritage as a fishing community, in particular the (native European flat) oyster and mussel fishery. The Danish Shellfish Center resides here with researchers from DLU. The shellfish industry has been a key driver in the local economy; the municipality and others worked hard to reignite the pride & excitement around fishery, through an Oyster Premiere in October, a Shellfish festival in June as culture is promoted in the Kulturmøde each August. Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:19:18 AM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:29:47 PM
317 Shetland Museum and Archive Shetland Museum & Archives sits on the restored historic Hay's Dock in Lerwick, providing a gateway from which to explore Shetland's rich heritage and culture. The Shetland Museum and Archives building was opened by Her Majesty the Queen of Norway and Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Rothesay on 31st May 2007. The extensive and rich collections of both Shetland Museum and Shetland Archives were brought together in one building for the first time; telling the fascinating story of Shetland’s heritage and culture and providing an unforgettable visitor experience. This Five Star VisitScotland rated Visitor Attraction. Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:26:05 AM Tuesday 05th of February 2019 04:35:11 PM
318 Shetland Museum and Archive Our award winning Museum and Archives is a multifunctional visitor attraction in the heart of Shetland's capital town of Lerwick. Begin your journey through the history of our beautiful islands here. http://www.shetlandmuseumandarchives.org Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:27:51 AM Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:20:02 AM
319 Historical Society of North Uist The Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath (Historical Society of North Uist) heritage collection. Known as CEUT, this dynamic local history society was formed in October 1987 and has gradually built up a collection of objects, photographs and sound archives that reflect the social history of North Uist. Currently there is a committee of 12 that meet monthly at Taigh Chearsabhagh that are supported by a wider membership of over 300 people. CEUT are responsible for planning the heritage related exhibitions and events at Taigh Chearsabhagh including the annual main exhibition in the Museum and several temporary displays in Gallery 2 which is shared on rotation with the arts programme. Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:37:35 AM Thursday 07th of February 2019 11:35:47 AM
320 Fisherman's hat Shetlanders wore knitted hats when off fishing, and the the multicoloured patterns contrasted with the brown oilskins and boots they wore. Visitors to the islands two hundred years ago were much taken with these vivid caps, and bartered them from the fishermen – hence why they survive. Harvest from the Sea gallery TEX 7738 Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:40:11 AM Thursday 05th of December 2019 04:45:05 PM
321 Prehistoric cup Whales are common in the North Atlantic, and since ancient times people have used their meat and oil. In regions with no trees, bones were fashioned into household items that would usully be made from timber; this handled cup is made from a backbone. It is unfinished, and you can see the inside isn’t fully hollowed-out. Early People gallery ARC 85130 Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:41:45 AM Thursday 05th of December 2019 04:48:07 PM
322 Byre lantern Tradional Shetland farmsteads had outbuildings connected to the house, so people could go through to the byre to tend to the cattle, even in the strongest winter gale. For centuries light came from fish-oil lamps. Once imported glass became common around 1800, people used candle lanterns because they protected the flame from draughts. Home & the Land gallery FPL 65678 Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:43:23 AM Thursday 05th of December 2019 04:51:03 PM
323 Fishing sinker Traditional fishing gear had two main parts – a baited hook to catch the fish, and a weight to sink the line into the sea. This is a specialised sinker that people used where there was a very strong tide, where big fish could be caught. The pointed shape and concave face allowed it to be pulled through the current, but sometimes stones were lost if the line broke. Harvest from the Sea gallery FIS 7479 Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:44:16 AM Thursday 05th of December 2019 04:52:41 PM
324 Emigrants doll Around 1900 hundreds of Shetlanders left their native home. It was a time of hardship but also opportunity. People settled elsewhere in Britain, or further afield in the world. This doll belonged to a girl in a seaport where islanders settled as mariners and domestic servants. On the Move gallery SPO 1990.427 Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:45:10 AM Thursday 05th of December 2019 04:55:26 PM
325 Corncrake bird Corncrake birds lived in Shetland for thousands of years, nesting in cornfields. However, they have nearly disappered from the islands for over thirty years. People had come to use imported food and animal fodder, so farmers stopped growing oats and barley, and the corncrake’s habitat vanished. Trade & Industry gallery NAT 2007.22 Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:45:57 AM Friday 24th of July 2020 05:42:58 PM
326 Box for a voyage When off on a boat trip, people used this kind of box, known in Shetland as a bøst, to carry food or fishing flies. These boxes were made around Hordaland province, and imported in the 18th century as part of the islands’ trading links with coastal Norway. Boats gallery CON 8153 Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:46:46 AM Thursday 05th of December 2019 05:01:13 PM
327 A cure for jaundice: Bone Bowl Jaundice is a symptom, rather than a disease. Shetlanders used folk-remedies to try to cure the condition. One way was to drink water from a stream where three landlords’ estates met. The water was scooped with the big bowl, called a kapp, and the patient sipped it with the little dish. This dish is made from whalebone. Customs & Folklore gallery FPL 2012.480 Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:47:43 AM Thursday 05th of December 2019 05:02:50 PM
328 Wireless battery Communication sped up throughout the twentieth century, but news wasn’t that new by the time it got to Shetland by sea. The wireless meant islanders were up-to-the minute by the 1930s. Radios ran on batteries that were periodically re-charged. Most people went to a firm with a generator, although some homes had a wind-generator. On the Move gallery IMP 1997.16 Thursday 24th of January 2019 11:48:54 AM Thursday 05th of December 2019 05:12:06 PM
329 St Andrews from the Sky Drone footage of St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. Thursday 24th of January 2019 12:55:38 PM Tuesday 05th of February 2019 04:29:31 PM
330 Culture Power: Inspire to Develop Rural Area The Interreg North Sea CUPIDO project presented by the partners. Friday 25th of January 2019 11:11:26 AM Friday 25th of January 2019 11:12:08 AM
331 Cupido 360° Dance Choreographer Ana Strandberg created this electrifying performance together with André Forsström and Theresa Gustavsson. They teamed up with Joakim Grass, and the result was a groundbreaking piece that pushed the bounderies on what dance can be and how you can experience it. The future is exciting, The 360 filming was facilitaded by Molkoms folkhögskola with Mats Dahlman and Rune Sørgård who loves to explore hybrid forms of storytelling. The innovative project was a part of CUPIDO, an EU project that is about how the cultural sector contributes towards creating vibrant, sustainable communities that attract people to live, work and enjoy life. Friday 01st of February 2019 10:03:24 AM Friday 01st of February 2019 10:03:24 AM
332 The filmfestival on Instagram #Cine15 has a winner The jury´s motivation was; an incredibly strong ”micro” documentary tells the story of a child’s desperate desire to be free. The filmfestival Cine 15 is the first filmfestival on Instagram and a part of the EU´s North Sea Region funded project CUPIDO. Friday 01st of February 2019 10:06:27 AM Friday 01st of February 2019 10:07:13 AM
341 HIE - Digital Heritage - Tomintoul and Glenlivet Discovery Centre Tuesday 05th of February 2019 10:47:29 AM Thursday 07th of February 2019 11:58:04 AM
342 Welcome and Agenda for CUPIDO kick off Meeting Tuesday 05th of February 2019 10:52:41 AM Thursday 07th of February 2019 06:16:56 PM
399 Taigh Chearsabhagh Trust Friday 29th of November 2019 10:14:27 AM Wednesday 20th of May 2020 05:22:27 PM
401 The Highlanders' Museum Friday 29th of November 2019 10:23:31 AM Wednesday 20th of May 2020 05:20:29 PM
405 Ammunition Pouch Ammunition Pouch x 3. German equipment Wednesday 04th of December 2019 03:05:36 PM Monday 02nd of March 2020 11:00:18 AM
414 The 1st Battalion deployed to Malaya Monday 13th of January 2020 12:01:54 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:14:05 PM
415 The 2nd Battalion was captured at Saint-Valery-en-Caux during the Battle of France Monday 13th of January 2020 12:04:51 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:15:45 PM
416 The 2nd Battalion went to France as part of the 152nd Brigade in the 51st Highland Division with the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) Monday 13th of January 2020 12:06:17 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:17:16 PM
417 The 2nd Battalion was reconstituted, as part of a reconstituted 152nd Brigade in a reconstituted 51st (Highland) Division, and served in the Middle East Monday 13th of January 2020 12:08:58 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:16:40 PM
418 The 2nd Battalion was in the Second Battle of El Alamein Monday 13th of January 2020 12:22:13 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:16:15 PM
419 The 2nd Battalion took part in Tunisian campaign Monday 13th of January 2020 12:37:58 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:14:31 PM
420 The 2nd Battalion took part in the Allied invasion of Sicily Monday 13th of January 2020 03:26:54 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:15:03 PM
421 In late 1943 the 51st Division returned to the United Kingdom and then took part in Operation Overlord Monday 13th of January 2020 03:29:24 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:13:41 PM
422 51st Division took part in Operation Totalize Monday 13th of January 2020 03:32:37 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:11:25 PM
423 51st Division took part in Operation Astonia Monday 13th of January 2020 03:34:43 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:01:45 PM
424 51st Division took part in Operation Veritable Monday 13th of January 2020 03:52:28 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:12:02 PM
425 51st Division took part in Operation Plunder Monday 13th of January 2020 03:55:57 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:02:35 PM
426 51st Division took part in the Western Allied invasion of Germany Monday 13th of January 2020 03:58:49 PM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:12:33 PM
427 Ypres-Comines Canal Monday 13th of January 2020 04:11:38 PM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:18:08 PM
428 Somme 1940 Monday 13th of January 2020 04:53:25 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 04:53:25 PM
429 Withdrawal to Seine Monday 13th of January 2020 04:57:36 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 04:57:36 PM
430 St. Valery-en-Caux Monday 13th of January 2020 05:00:15 PM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:16:43 PM
431 Odon Monday 13th of January 2020 05:02:26 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:02:26 PM
432 Cheux Monday 13th of January 2020 05:04:28 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:04:28 PM
433 Caen Monday 13th of January 2020 05:06:51 PM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:17:36 PM
434 Troarn Monday 13th of January 2020 05:12:58 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:12:58 PM
435 Mont Pincon Monday 13th of January 2020 05:16:45 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:16:45 PM
436 Quarry Hill Monday 13th of January 2020 05:18:33 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:18:33 PM
437 Falaise Monday 13th of January 2020 05:21:52 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:21:52 PM
438 Falaise Road Monday 13th of January 2020 05:24:41 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:24:41 PM
439 Dives Crossing Monday 13th of January 2020 05:26:41 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:26:41 PM
440 La Vie Crossing Monday 13th of January 2020 05:29:09 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:29:09 PM
441 Lisieux Monday 13th of January 2020 05:31:51 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:31:51 PM
442 Nederrijn Monday 13th of January 2020 05:34:41 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:34:41 PM
443 Best Monday 13th of January 2020 05:36:33 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:36:33 PM
444 Le Havre Monday 13th of January 2020 05:43:18 PM Monday 13th of January 2020 05:43:18 PM
445 Lower Maas Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:04:28 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:04:28 AM
446 Meijel Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:05:52 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:05:52 AM
447 Venlo Pocket Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:08:15 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:08:15 AM
448 Ourthe Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:11:32 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:11:32 AM
449 Rhineland Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:13:51 AM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:18:43 PM
450 Reichswald Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:15:22 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:15:22 AM
451 Goch Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:18:03 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:18:03 AM
452 Moyland Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:19:37 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:19:37 AM
453 Rhine Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:22:51 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:22:51 AM
454 Uelzen Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:26:02 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:26:02 AM
455 Artlenberg Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:26:56 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:26:56 AM
456 North-West Europe 1940 Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:28:17 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:43:31 PM
457 North-West Europe 1944-45 Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:28:54 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:29:18 AM
458 El Alamein Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:30:46 AM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:19:21 PM
459 Advance to Tripoli Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:35:01 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:35:01 AM
460 Mareth Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:36:41 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:36:41 AM
461 Wadi Zigzaou Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:38:24 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:38:24 AM
462 Akarit Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:41:12 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:41:12 AM
463 Djebel Roumana Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:42:32 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:42:32 AM
464 North Africa 1942-43 Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:44:52 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:44:52 AM
465 Landing in Sicily Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:46:35 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:46:35 AM
466 Augusta Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:48:23 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 12:18:01 PM
467 Francoforte Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:50:08 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:50:08 AM
468 Adrano Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:51:52 AM Friday 31st of January 2020 02:41:28 PM
469 Sferro Hills Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:54:06 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:30:58 AM
470 Sicily 1943 Tuesday 14th of January 2020 10:55:16 AM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:19:51 PM
471 Garigliano Crossing Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:00:47 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:00:47 AM
472 Anzio Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:03:08 AM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:20:16 PM
473 Italy 1943-44 Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:06:09 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:06:09 AM
474 Madagascar Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:09:07 AM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:21:11 PM
475 Middle East 1942 Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:17:11 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:17:11 AM
476 Imphal Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:19:35 AM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:21:43 PM
477 Shenam Pass Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:22:47 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:22:47 AM
478 Litan Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:25:30 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:25:30 AM
479 Tengnoupal Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:27:45 AM Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:27:45 AM
480 Burma 1942-44 Tuesday 14th of January 2020 11:29:56 AM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:22:05 PM
481 German Binoculars German binoculars taken by the 5th Bn Seaforth Highlanders in 1945. Tuesday 14th of January 2020 03:11:39 PM Friday 24th of July 2020 04:03:33 PM
482 Highlanders Museum Tuesday 14th of January 2020 03:22:07 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 12:02:50 PM
483 Hitlers Desk Piece Piece of Adolf Hitler's desk. Removed from the Bunker beneath the Chancellery in Berlin by Lt Col Richard Broad MC, Seaforth Highlanders. The desk had been broken in pieces by Russian solders in May 1945. Tuesday 14th of January 2020 03:34:56 PM Monday 02nd of March 2020 10:47:01 AM
484 Biscuit Box Biscuit Box with biscuits sealed inside. Part of the Highlander’s Museum collection (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection). Tuesday 14th of January 2020 04:02:11 PM Monday 02nd of March 2020 11:06:45 AM
485 Steel Helmet Steel helmet worn by Captain Rev F J L MacLachlan MC, Chaplain to the 1st Bn Cameron Highlanders, during the crossing of the Irrawaddy River on 19/20 March 1945. This river crossing marked a major point in the re-conquest of Burma, following the victories at Kohima and Imphal. The 1st Camerons played a vital role in the inital assault, securing a bridgehead on the enemy-held bank. Captain MacLachlan’s helmet was struck by a Japanese machine gun bullt during the crossing but he was unhurt. Steel helmet, khaki in colour, with bullet hole. Tuesday 14th of January 2020 04:33:17 PM Monday 02nd of March 2020 10:45:03 AM
489 Defence of Escaut Friday 31st of January 2020 04:45:25 PM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:27:01 PM
490 St. Omer-La Bassée Friday 31st of January 2020 05:26:04 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:29:50 AM
491 Falaise Friday 31st of January 2020 05:55:30 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:27:58 AM
492 Somme 1940 Friday 31st of January 2020 05:58:17 PM Friday 31st of January 2020 05:58:17 PM
497 St. Valery-en-Caux Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:10:39 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:30:03 AM
498 Falaise Road Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:12:07 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:28:11 AM
499 La Vie Crossing Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:14:51 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:28:28 AM
500 Le Havre Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:16:00 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:28:44 AM
501 Lower Maas Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:17:05 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:28:59 AM
502 Venlo Pocket Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:18:00 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:30:18 AM
503 Rhineland Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:19:11 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:29:32 AM
504 Reichswald Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:20:21 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:27:03 AM
505 Goch Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:31:28 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:36:24 PM
506 Rhine Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:33:05 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:33:05 AM
507 North-West Europe 1940 Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:34:24 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:45:06 PM
508 North-West Europe 1944-45 Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:35:10 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:35:10 AM
509 Agordat Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:37:34 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:37:34 AM
510 Keren Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:39:44 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:39:44 AM
511 Abyssinia 1941 Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:43:31 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:43:31 AM
512 Sidi Barrani Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:45:43 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:46:13 AM
513 Tobruk 1941 Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:48:41 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:48:41 AM
514 Tobruk 1942 Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:50:48 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:50:48 AM
515 Gubi II Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:55:07 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:55:07 AM
516 Carmusa Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:57:28 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:57:28 AM
517 Gazala Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:59:39 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 10:59:39 AM
518 El Alamein Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:01:21 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:01:21 AM
519 Mareth Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:02:51 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:02:51 AM
520 Wadi Zigzaou Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:03:52 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:04:22 AM
521 Akarit Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:05:42 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:06:37 AM
522 Djebel Roumana Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:08:29 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:08:29 AM
523 North Africa 1940-43 Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:11:23 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:11:23 AM
524 Francofonte Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:14:30 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:14:30 AM
525 Adrano Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:15:58 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:15:58 AM
526 Sferro Hills Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:16:56 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:16:56 AM
527 Sicily 1943 Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:18:26 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:18:26 AM
528 Cassino Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:21:02 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:21:02 AM
529 Poggio del Grillo Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:23:23 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:23:49 AM
530 Gothic Line Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:25:18 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:25:18 AM
531 Tavoleto Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:27:34 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:31:07 AM
532 Coriano Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:29:49 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:29:49 AM
533 Pian di Castello Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:34:12 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:34:12 AM
534 Monte Reggiano Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:35:52 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:35:52 AM
535 Rimini Line Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:39:05 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:39:05 AM
536 San Marino Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:41:11 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:41:11 AM
537 Italy 1944 Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:44:00 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:44:00 AM
538 Kohima Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:46:00 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:46:32 AM
539 Relief of Kohima Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:53:14 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:53:14 AM
540 Naga Village Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:57:43 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:57:43 AM
541 Aradura Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:59:59 AM Monday 03rd of February 2020 11:59:59 AM
542 Shwebo Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:02:25 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:02:25 PM
543 Mandalay Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:04:36 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:04:36 PM
544 Ava Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:06:46 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:06:46 PM
545 Irrawaddy Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:09:34 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:09:34 PM
546 Mount Popa Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:12:14 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:12:14 PM
547 Burma 1944-45 Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:15:01 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:15:01 PM
548 Withdrawal to Escaut Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:18:38 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:18:38 PM
549 Ypres-Comines Canal Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:21:41 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:21:41 PM
550 Dunkirk 1940 Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:25:13 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:25:13 PM
551 Somme 1940 Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:26:51 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:26:51 PM
552 St. Valery-en-Caux Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:28:43 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:28:43 PM
553 Odon Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:29:54 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 12:29:54 PM
554 La Vie Crossing Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:24:02 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:24:02 PM
555 Lower Maas Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:25:10 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:25:10 PM
556 Venlo Pocket Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:26:28 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:26:28 PM
557 Rhineland Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:28:01 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:28:01 PM
558 Reichswald Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:30:50 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:30:50 PM
559 Cleve Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:33:15 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:33:15 PM
560 Goch Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:34:59 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:34:59 PM
561 Rhine Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:38:00 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:38:00 PM
562 North-West Europe 1940 Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:40:26 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:40:26 PM
563 North-West Europe 1944-45 Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:47:18 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:47:18 PM
564 El Alamein Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:48:34 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:48:34 PM
565 Advance on Tripoli Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:50:05 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:50:05 PM
566 Mareth Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:51:27 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:51:27 PM
567 Medjez Plain Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:54:40 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:54:40 PM
568 North Africa 1942–43 Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:57:17 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:57:17 PM
569 Landing in Sicily Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:59:57 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 01:59:57 PM
570 Sferro Monday 03rd of February 2020 02:02:01 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 02:02:30 PM
571 Sicily 1943 Monday 03rd of February 2020 02:03:48 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 02:03:48 PM
572 Anzio Monday 03rd of February 2020 02:05:18 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 02:05:18 PM
573 Rome Monday 03rd of February 2020 02:09:57 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 02:09:57 PM
574 Italy 1944–45 Monday 03rd of February 2020 02:12:08 PM Monday 03rd of February 2020 04:05:24 PM
575 Ypres-Comines Canal Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:01 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:01 AM
576 Somme 1940 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:05 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:05 AM
577 Withdrawal to Seine Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:08 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:08 AM
578 St. Valery-en-Caux In June 1940 efforts were made to evacuate the Highland regiments from Normandy. A rapid German advance meant British forces were cut off from major ports. Rescue efforts therefore focused on the small town of St. Valéry-en-Caux. Unfortunately, successive German attacks meant the British land forces were unable to link up with the Royal Navy and the rescue operation failed. On 12 June the encircled Highlanders surrendered. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:11 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 03:42:47 PM
579 Odon The Odon is a small river in France to the south-west of Caen. In July 1944 the Odon became the focus of British efforts to resist three German armoured divisions. The British forces experienced heavy casualties, but successfully prevented German tanks from moving north and threatening Allied gains on the Normandy coast. The Gordon Highlanders were in action near the town of Évrecy where they destroyed a number of German tanks. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:15 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 04:06:25 PM
580 Cheux Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:18 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:18 AM
581 Caen In June 1944 the Normandy landings opened a new front in north-western France. After taking the beaches, Allied forces moved inland towards the city of Caen, facing fierce resistance from the Germans. The Seaforths were involved in costly actions around the industrial area of Colombelles (on the north-eastern edge of Caen). Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:20 AM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:08:28 PM
582 Troarn Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:22 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:22 AM
583 Mont Pincon Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:24 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:24 AM
584 Quarry Hill Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:27 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:27 AM
585 Falaise Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:30 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:30 AM
586 Falaise Road Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:33 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:33 AM
587 Dives Crossing Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:36 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:36 AM
588 La Vie Crossing Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:39 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:39 AM
589 Lisieux Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:42 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:42 AM
590 Nederrijn Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:45 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:45 AM
591 Best Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:47 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:47 AM
592 Le Havre Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:49 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:49 AM
593 Lower Maas Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:52 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:52 AM
594 Meijel Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:55 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:55 AM
595 Venlo Pocket Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:57 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:20:57 AM
596 Ourthe Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:01 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:01 AM
597 Rhineland In the early spring of 1945 Highland regiments worked with Canadian forces to take land between the River Maas and the River Rhine (along the border between the Netherlands and Germany). Much of the area was either flooded or covered in woodland, posing challenges for the Allied forces. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:03 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 04:21:06 PM
598 Reichswald The Reichswald is a forest on the border between Germany and the Netherlands. In February 1945 Allied forces wished to take control of the forest before crossing the Rhine. A combination of trees, flooding, and a determined German defence, meant Allied vehicles struggled to make progress. As a result, foot soldiers (including the Camerons, Gordons, and Seaforths) played a key role in capturing the area. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:06 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 04:27:01 PM
599 Goch In February 1945 the Camerons, Gordons, and Seaforths helped capture Goch, a small German border town a little to the west of the Rhine. Goch was on the junction of several major roads and was defended with pill boxes and anti-tank ditches. The Highland regiments launched a surprise attack in the early hours of 19 February. After initial rapid gains, they then faced several hours of brutal street fighting before taking control of the town. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:10 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 04:24:17 PM
600 Moyland Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:13 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:13 AM
601 Rhine In late March 1945 the Allies crossed the River Rhine. Highland regiments, including the Camerons, Gordons, and Seaforths, crossed on boats, facing machine-gun fire from the Germans. After successfully reaching the eastern bank of the river, the Seaforths advanced to the small village of Groin. The Seaforths captured Groin at night. The action at Groin was described by Lieutenant Borthwick (who took part in the attack) as ‘the hardest village fight the Battalion ever fought’. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:15 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 04:29:19 PM
602 Uelzen Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:19 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:19 AM
603 Artlenberg Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:21 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:21 AM
604 North-West Europe 1940 During the winter of 1939 to 1940 large numbers of British troops arrived in France. Many of the Camerons, Gordons, and Seaforths were sent to help defend the Maginot Line (a series of fortifications near the border between France and Germany). The Highland soldiers were forward of the French fortifications, meaning they were in the front line when the Germans attacked in May 1940. The Highlanders withstood heavy attacks, but were ordered to fall back when the French forces retreated. Several disastrous weeks followed as the French government collapsed and the British withdrew towards the coast. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:23 AM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:12:15 PM
605 North-West Europe 1944-45 In the summer of 1944 the Allies began to liberate Europe from the north-west. After landing in Normandy, they gradually moved through France, before crossing into Germany in the spring of 1945. The final year of war saw some of the fiercest fighting, and many casualties among the Highland regiments. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:26 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 04:02:26 PM
606 El Alamein Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:29 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:29 AM
607 Advance to Tripoli Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:33 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:33 AM
608 Mareth Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:35 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:35 AM
609 Wadi Zigzaou Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:38 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:38 AM
610 Akarit Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:41 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:41 AM
611 Djebel Roumana Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:44 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:44 AM
612 North Africa 1942-43 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:47 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:47 AM
613 Landing in Sicily Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:49 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:49 AM
614 Augusta Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:52 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:52 AM
615 Francoforte Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:54 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:54 AM
616 Adrano Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:56 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:56 AM
617 Sferro Hills In July 1943 German forces held the Sferro Hills on the eastern side of Sicily. The Camerons and Seaforths were among the British soldiers tasked to clear the hills. The Germans put up a determined defence, and the rocky mountainous landscape presented considerable challenges for the attackers. Fierce fighting took place amongst small farms and olive groves. The British capture of the Sferro Hills helped trigger the German withdrawal from Sicily. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:21:59 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 03:56:02 PM
618 Sicily 1943 In the summer of 1943 Allied forces attacked Italy. Highland regiments landed on the south-eastern point of Sicily on 10 July. As they moved up across the island they faced considerable German opposition around the town of Francofonte, where hand-to-hand fighting took place. The town of Vizzini also saw fierce fighting, with the Gordons having to attack through terraced vineyards and orchards. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:02 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 03:46:11 PM
619 Garigliano Crossing Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:05 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:05 AM
620 Anzio By the end of 1943 Allied forces had reached central Italy, but were delayed by a line of fortifications stretching across the country near Monte Cassino. In an effort to end the stalemate British leaders suggested a landing at Anzio, north of the main German defences. British and American forces successfully landed there in January 1944, but the Germans counter-attacked. It took until May for the Allied forces to break out. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:07 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 03:57:30 PM
621 Italy 1943-44 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:10 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:10 AM
622 Madagascar Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:13 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:13 AM
623 Middle East 1942 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:15 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:15 AM
624 Imphal Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:18 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:18 AM
625 Shenam Pass Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:20 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:20 AM
626 Litan Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:23 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:23 AM
627 Tengnoupal Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:25 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:25 AM
628 Burma 1942-44 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:27 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:27 AM
629 Defence of Escaut Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:30 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:30 AM
630 St. Omer-La Bassée In May 1940 German forces advanced into France. As French defences fell, the British focused on rescuing their troops. A major evacuation of more than 330,000 men took place from the French port of Dunkirk between 26 May and 4 June. In order to delay the Germans and allow the rescue to take place, a mixed force, including the Camerons, were ordered to defend a line running from the French town of St. Omer south towards La Bassée. The Battle of St. Omer-La Bassée is thought to have been the last action in which Scottish soldiers wore kilts. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:32 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 03:22:54 PM
631 Agordat Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:34 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:34 AM
632 Keren Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:37 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:37 AM
633 Abyssinia 1941 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:39 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:39 AM
634 Sidi Barrani Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:41 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:41 AM
635 Tobruk 1941 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:44 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:44 AM
636 Tobruk 1942 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:46 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:46 AM
637 Gubi II Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:48 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:48 AM
638 Carmusa Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:51 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:51 AM
639 Gazala Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:53 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:53 AM
640 North Africa 1940-43 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:55 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:55 AM
641 Francofonte Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:58 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:22:58 AM
642 Cassino Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:00 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:00 AM
643 Poggio del Grillo Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:02 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:02 AM
644 Gothic Line The Gothic Line was a string of German defences across Italy, a little to the north of Florence. It became the focus of German opposition to the Allies during the final stages of the campaign in Italy. Both sides committed vast resources to this area – over 1.2 million men took part in operations around the Gothic Line. The Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders played a key role in the capture of San Marino in September 1944. Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:04 AM Wednesday 05th of February 2020 04:19:48 PM
645 Tavoleto Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:07 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:07 AM
646 Coriano Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:09 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:09 AM
647 Pian di Castello Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:11 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:11 AM
648 Monte Reggiano Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:13 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:13 AM
649 Rimini Line Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:16 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:16 AM
650 San Marino Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:18 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:18 AM
651 Italy 1944 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:20 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:20 AM
652 Kohima Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:22 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:22 AM
653 Relief of Kohima Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:25 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:25 AM
654 Naga Village Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:27 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:27 AM
655 Aradura Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:30 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:30 AM
656 Shwebo Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:32 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:32 AM
657 Mandalay Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:35 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:35 AM
658 Ava Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:37 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:37 AM
659 Irrawaddy Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:39 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:39 AM
660 Mount Popa Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:41 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:41 AM
661 Burma 1944-45 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:48 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:48 AM
662 Withdrawal to Escaut Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:51 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:51 AM
663 Dunkirk 1940 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:53 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:53 AM
664 Cleve Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:55 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:55 AM
665 Advance on Tripoli Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:57 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:23:57 AM
666 Medjez Plain Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:00 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:00 AM
667 North Africa 1942–43 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:02 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:02 AM
668 Sferro Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:04 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:04 AM
669 Rome Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:07 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:07 AM
670 Italy 1944–45 Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:09 AM Tuesday 04th of February 2020 10:24:09 AM
671 Anzio Lance Corporal Leigh of the Seaforth Highlanders during the Italian campaign, February 1944. Monday 10th of February 2020 03:52:57 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 03:52:57 PM
672 Caen The 7th Seaforth Highlanders waiting to advance, June 1944. Monday 10th of February 2020 03:55:30 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 03:55:30 PM
673 Goch British tanks in Goch after its capture, February 1945. Monday 10th of February 2020 03:57:00 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 03:57:00 PM
674 Gothic Line British forces advancing through the Gothic Line, September 1944. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:01:22 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:01:22 PM
675 North-West Europe 1940 Men of 2nd Seaforth Highlanders with a captured German anti-tank gun, May 1940. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:03:35 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:03:35 PM
676 North West Europe 1944-1945 The 7th Seaforth Highlanders advancing in Normandy, June 1944. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:04:56 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:04:56 PM
677 Odon The 5/7th Gordon Highlanders in a defensive position, June 1944. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:06:51 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:06:51 PM
678 Reichswald The 5/7th Gordon Highlanders in the Reichswald, February 1945. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:16:47 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:16:47 PM
679 Rhine The 7th Seaforth Highlanders escort German prisoners captured during the Rhine Crossing, March 1945. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:18:47 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:18:47 PM
680 Rhineland The 2nd Seaforth Highlanders in the Reichswald, February 1945. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:20:11 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:20:11 PM
681 Sferro Hills Private Davies of 5th Seaforth Highlanders riding a captured German pack mule, August 1943. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:21:35 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:21:35 PM
682 Sicily 1943 Men of 2nd Seaforth Highlanders advancing along a road in Sicily, July 1943. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:24:02 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:24:02 PM
683 St. Omer-La Bassée Men of 1st Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders digging trenches in France, November 1939. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:25:59 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 04:25:59 PM
684 St. Valéry-en-Caux The British commander General Fortune just after surrendering to Erwin Rommel at St. Valery-en-Caux, June 1940. Monday 10th of February 2020 04:29:18 PM Monday 10th of February 2020 05:40:15 PM
685 Seaforth Highlander POW Side Drum Side Drum - made for use by the Pipe Band formed by Prisoners of War. It bears the badge of the Seaforth Highlanders. Part of the Highlander’s Mueum collection (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection). Tuesday 11th of February 2020 11:06:36 AM Friday 31st of July 2020 01:44:59 PM
686 Wool Jersey Jersey made from scaps of wool by 2 Lt TD Scott, 4th Bn Seaforth Highlanders while a Prisoner of War. Tuesday 11th of February 2020 11:09:58 AM Friday 31st of July 2020 01:52:12 PM
688 Rifle - covered in marine silt Rifle heavily encrusted in marine silt. Photographed in situ in custom display box. Tuesday 11th of February 2020 12:03:56 PM Monday 02nd of March 2020 10:51:44 AM
689 Highlanders Museum Friday 14th of February 2020 11:45:22 AM Friday 14th of February 2020 11:49:21 AM
690 Hitler's Despatch Box Despatch box used by Adolf Hitler. Removed from the Bunker beneath the Chancellery in Berlin by Lieutenant Colonel I F Anderson OBE MC, Seaforth Highlanders in May 1945. Part of the Highlander’s Museum collection (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection). Monday 17th of February 2020 11:17:00 AM Friday 31st of July 2020 02:28:16 PM
691 German 'Schu' Mine German 'Schu' Mine used in the Italian campaign of 1944, captured by the 6th Bn Seaforth Highlanders. These small anti-personnel mines were particularly dangerous as their wooden casing made them impossible to detect using a magnetic min detector. The box contained a 200 g block of explosive, enough to cause a serious wound rather than to kill outright. Part of the Highlander’s Museum collection (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection). Monday 17th of February 2020 11:22:20 AM Monday 02nd of March 2020 10:58:35 AM
692 Pistol Tuesday 18th of February 2020 10:56:51 AM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:45:18 PM
698 Westray Heritage Center Westray Heritage Centre is a four-star museum, archive and information centre in the island’s main village of Pierowall. Wednesday 15th of April 2020 01:45:44 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:38:22 PM
699 North Ronaldsay Trust Wednesday 15th of April 2020 01:50:49 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:32:40 PM
700 Sanday Heritage Centre Wednesday 15th of April 2020 01:52:38 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:34:52 PM
701 Stronsay Pop Up Heritage Centre Wednesday 15th of April 2020 01:55:41 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:37:24 PM
702 Eday Heritage & Visitor Centre Wednesday 15th of April 2020 01:57:55 PM Tuesday 23rd of June 2020 04:16:02 PM
703 Shapinsay Heritage Centre Wednesday 15th of April 2020 02:00:38 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:35:46 PM
704 Rousay Heritage Centre Situated just a stones throw away from the pier, in a building that also includes the ferry waiting room and toilets, is the Rousay Heritage Centre. Telling the rich and varied story of Rousay including detailed information on its archaeology, natural heritage, wildlife habitats, geology and people, the interpretation centre is a great place to begin a visit to the island. A new display by children from the Rousay School was added to the centre in the early summer of 2011, showing what makes Rousay a great place to live. Wednesday 15th of April 2020 02:02:54 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:33:26 PM
705 Sgraffiato Sgraffiato bowl hand painted in green and yellow. Incised design of a human figure possibly female. Byzantine wares produced on a large scale. Byzantine. Wednesday 20th of May 2020 04:39:24 PM Wednesday 20th of May 2020 04:39:24 PM
706 Scapa Flow Museum, Temporary Exhibition Thursday 28th of May 2020 01:09:00 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 01:09:00 PM
707 Scapa Flow Museum, Temporary Exhibition Entrance Thursday 28th of May 2020 01:16:23 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 01:16:23 PM
708 Scapa Flow Oil Tank Thursday 28th of May 2020 02:02:12 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 02:51:27 PM
709 Scapa Flow Oil Tank Thursday 28th of May 2020 02:48:00 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 02:48:00 PM
710 Viking Tour Skye Thursday 28th of May 2020 02:56:09 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:50:49 PM
711 Dinoasaurs Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:05:13 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:05:13 PM
712 Dunscaith Castle Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:12:59 PM Thursday 28th of May 2020 03:12:59 PM
714 Egg Box - North Uist Part of Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath (Historical Society of North Uist) heritage collection. North Uist Historical Society Known as CEUT, this dynamic local history society was formed in October 1987 and has gradually built up a collection of objects, photographs and sound archives that reflect the social history of North Uist. Currently there is a committee of 12 that meet monthly at Taigh Chearsabhagh that are supported by a wider membership of over 300 people. CEUT are responsible for planning the heritage related exhibitions and events at Taigh Chearsabhagh including the annual main exhibition in the Museum and several temporary displays in Gallery 2 which is shared on rotation with the arts programme. http://www.taigh-chearsabhagh.org/heritage/ceut-north-uist-historical-societ/ Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:37:53 PM Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:41:29 PM
715 Butter Churn Part of Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath (Historical Society of North Uist) heritage collection. North Uist Historical Society Known as CEUT, this dynamic local history society was formed in October 1987 and has gradually built up a collection of objects, photographs and sound archives that reflect the social history of North Uist. Currently there is a committee of 12 that meet monthly at Taigh Chearsabhagh that are supported by a wider membership of over 300 people. CEUT are responsible for planning the heritage related exhibitions and events at Taigh Chearsabhagh including the annual main exhibition in the Museum and several temporary displays in Gallery 2 which is shared on rotation with the arts programme. http://www.taigh-chearsabhagh.org/heritage/ceut-north-uist-historical-societ/ Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:46:49 PM Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:46:49 PM
716 WW1 Water Bottle Part of Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath (Historical Society of North Uist) heritage collection. North Uist Historical Society Known as CEUT, this dynamic local history society was formed in October 1987 and has gradually built up a collection of objects, photographs and sound archives that reflect the social history of North Uist. Currently there is a committee of 12 that meet monthly at Taigh Chearsabhagh that are supported by a wider membership of over 300 people. CEUT are responsible for planning the heritage related exhibitions and events at Taigh Chearsabhagh including the annual main exhibition in the Museum and several temporary displays in Gallery 2 which is shared on rotation with the arts programme. http://www.taigh-chearsabhagh.org/heritage/ceut-north-uist-historical-societ/ Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:49:15 PM Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:49:15 PM
717 70's Shoe - North Uist Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:50:18 PM Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:50:18 PM
718 Carved Head Carved stone head of male figure. The hair and diadem are evident. Some damage noticeable around the facial features but in very good condition otherwise. Late Antique. Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:52:38 PM Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:56:41 PM
719 Samian Oil Lamp Samian Ware oil lamp. Circular lamp with well preserved motif of an olive branch. Olive oil was most likely the type of oil used to fuel oil lamps in the Mediterranean. Roman. Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:55:51 PM Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:55:51 PM
720 Unguentarium Unguentarium produced from terracotta, thought to be used for carrying oil or perfume. Roman. Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:57:51 PM Tuesday 02nd of June 2020 02:57:51 PM
721 Vikings Pier Tuesday 09th of June 2020 01:46:31 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 01:46:31 PM
722 Viking Vilage Tuesday 09th of June 2020 01:48:54 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 01:48:54 PM
723 Vikings Village Above Tuesday 09th of June 2020 01:51:03 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 01:51:03 PM
724 Viking Bay Entrace Tuesday 09th of June 2020 01:53:02 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:51:36 PM
725 Vikings Bay Tuesday 09th of June 2020 01:55:29 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 01:55:29 PM
726 St Kilda Vilage Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:00:21 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:00:21 PM
727 St Kilda Store Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:03:00 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:03:00 PM
728 St Kilda Store Outside Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:04:39 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:05:31 PM
729 St Kilda Behind Church Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:07:35 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:07:35 PM
730 St Kilda Church Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:09:41 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:09:41 PM
731 St Kilda School Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:12:36 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:13:54 PM
732 St Kilda Outside Church Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:16:23 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:16:23 PM
733 St Kilda Path Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:18:22 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:18:22 PM
734 St Kilda House outside Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:20:35 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:20:35 PM
735 St Kilda Dun Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:23:17 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:23:17 PM
736 Aros Centre Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:43:28 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:44:37 PM
737 AROS Play area Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:57:41 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 02:58:19 PM
738 AROS Cinema Tuesday 09th of June 2020 03:01:01 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 03:01:01 PM
739 Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre Tuesday 09th of June 2020 03:43:20 PM Tuesday 09th of June 2020 03:43:20 PM
740 Shetland Museum and Archives Thursday 11th of June 2020 10:59:31 AM Thursday 11th of June 2020 10:59:31 AM
741 Shetland Museum and Archives Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:03:52 AM Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:25:01 AM
742 Shetland Museum and Archives Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:08:53 AM Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:08:53 AM
743 Shetland Museum and Archives Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:10:44 AM Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:10:44 AM
744 Shetland Museum and Archives Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:13:09 AM Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:25:28 AM
745 Shetland Museum and Archives Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:18:34 AM Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:18:34 AM
746 Shetland Museum and Archives Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:24:06 AM Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:24:06 AM
747 Lighthouse on Calf Sound, Eday. The land on the upper right of the picture is the northern tip of the Calf of Eday. Tuesday 23rd of June 2020 04:15:15 PM Tuesday 23rd of June 2020 04:15:15 PM
748 Stromness Museum Stromness Museum is an independent museum based in Stromness, Orkney. Friday 26th of June 2020 12:40:22 PM Friday 26th of June 2020 03:06:56 PM
749 Museum in Stromness, Orkney Islands, Scotland Friday 26th of June 2020 02:55:03 PM Friday 26th of June 2020 02:55:03 PM
750 Shetland Museum & Archives The New Shetland Museum and Archives at Hay's Dock, Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland, was officially opened on 31 May 2007 by HM Queen Sonja of Norway and the Duke & Duchess of Rothesay. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 03:48:02 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 03:48:02 PM
751 Wideford Tomb Wideford Hill Chambered Cairn is an excellent example of Neolithic design and construction. It is well preserved, with a high central chamber and three cells opening off it. Today the tomb is accessed through the roof, rather than original long and narrow original passage from the west. Inside there are rare examples of Neolithic scratch art. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:03:20 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:03:20 PM
752 Cuween Tomb Cuween Hill Chambered Cairn is a Neolithic chambered cairn on Mainland, the main island of Orkney, Scotland, about 6 miles west of Kirkwall. It dates to around 3,000 BCE, and is similar in design to Maeshowe, but on a smaller scale. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:28 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:28 PM
753 Scapa Flow Scapa flow exhibition showing history during the First and Second World Wars Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:29 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:29 PM
754 Wick Heritage Museum The Wick Heritage Museum can be found in a rather small, nondescript house near the harbour of the far north-Scotland town of Wick. But don't let its size fool you as this museum is housed in a tardis-like building that's way bigger than you might at first imagine. The museum is dedicated to keeping the history of this quiet fishing town alive through a series of exhibitions that take visitors into the past with photos, Caithness glass displays, life-size fishing boats and restored machinery. As you explore the 20+ rooms that head off in all directions you'll discover an array of fascinating objects and lovingly restored artworks as well as several enthusiastic volunteers, all of which add up to making the Wick Heritage Museum a surprisingly good tourist attraction Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:31 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:31 PM
755 Caen Site of Caen Highland Township, vacated as part of the 19th Century highland clearances Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:32 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:32 PM
756 Iron Age Roundhouse Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:34 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:34 PM
757 Caen Township A former highland township. After the highland clearances 200 years ago just a few stones leave evidence of where life had been lived for thousands of years. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:35 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:35 PM
758 TimeSpan Museum Timespan is a cultural organisation in Helmsdale, Sutherland in the Far North of Scotland. It offers a high quality venue with a museum, contemporary art gallery, archive, shop and cafe. Established in 1986, Timespan has developed from a community heritage enterprise to a multi-award-winning creative development hub. Timespan provides a rich cultural programme of events and activities to its visitors every year. The organisation will contribute to CINE with a case study and best practice guidelines based on research of the nearby Strath of Kildonan. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:37 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:37 PM
759 Helmsdale Reconstructed Helmsdale is a village on the east coast of Sutherland, in the Highland council area of Scotland. The modern village was planned in 1814 to resettle communities that had been removed from the surrounding straths as part of the Highland Clearances. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:38 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:38 PM
760 Stac Pollaidh View from summit of Stac Pollaidh Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:39 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:39 PM
761 Isle Martin Isle Martin is an uninhabited island in Loch Broom, on the west coast of Scotland. It is the closest Summer Isles to Ullapool and has been the site of a monastery, a herring curing station and a flour mill. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:41 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:41 PM
762 Torridon With some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in Scotland, Torridon is a magnet for walkers, geologists and naturalists. The estate includes some of Scotland's finest mountain scenery, comprising Liathach, 1,054m (3,456ft) which has seven tops and Beinn Alligin, 985m (3,230ft), composed mainly of Torridonian sandstone dating back 750 million years. Routes to the high tops, and others along the coast, are detailed at the Countryside Centre. You’ll also find information about the wildlife on the estate, part of which is in the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:43 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:43 PM
763 Caisteal Uisdean (Hugh's castle) How to use: Scroll around each scene using your mouse or by moving your smart phone. Look for interactive links to photos and information about the site. Click on the "portals" to change scene. If using PC or Laptop, double click on the tour window to enter full screen mode. If using a Virtual Reality headset /Google Cardboard or similar then download the RoundMe app for the best viewing experience! Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:44 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:44 PM
764 Giant MacAskill Memorial At the southern end of the island you will find a monument to one of Berneray’s most notable sons, Giant Macaskill (Aonghas Mor MacAsgaill). Born in Berneray, he spent most of his life in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and he was said to be the world largest giant at a height of 7ft 9in. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:46 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:46 PM
765 Udal Iain Crawford, a passionate archaeologist and ethnographer who was influenced by the writings of Erskine Beveridge, decided to concentrate his searches in the 1960s on sites that might have been continuously inhabited over a very long period and yet remained visible. He wanted to get a clearer picture of daily life and work from the Mesolithic, through to the Bronze and Iron Ages, onwards as close to the present day as possible. The two main sandhills at Udal, North and South, gradually provided him with settlement remains which represent the rarity and importance of this site. The Udal South Mound revealed evidence of two stone built round houses or 'wheelhouses', now extremely vulnerable to the elements. Pottery shards, stone tools and some bronze and metal items, held by Glasgow University, show evidence of habitation from the Late Bronze Age through to the Late Iron Age. The Udal North Mound takes the period of settlement up to Viking and Mediaeval times and the finds include jewellery and a Norse gold coin of Harald Hardrada. There is evidence of continuous settlement through to the 19th century and much more exciting excavation remains to be researched by the Udal project on this site of major historical significance. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:47 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:47 PM
766 Dun An Sticir Dun an Sticir is an example of how in mediaeval times the original Iron Age 'brochs', hollow walled windowless fortifications often built on islands and reached by a tricky causeway, were later adapted for more domestic purposes. The building of brochs for defensive purposes seems to date from 500 BC. Over the previous thousand years cooler climactic changes had encouraged layers of peat to gradually move downhill, overgrazing had taken its toll, and land for cultivation had become scarcer, forcing people to migrate to the lower ground. Duns comprised a single outer rounded wall, forming a tall tower often rising to 40 feet, mirrored internally by a second curving wall enclosing an inner chamber. This was a relatively straightforward fortification to build in order to protect your land. Erskine Beveridge also found evidence at Dun an Sticir of a gallery six feet above ground level. Remains of two huts where livestock could have been protected could also be seen. The rectangular stone structure built within the walls using the stone available, with its door and window, dates from the mediaeval period. A second island, Eilean na Mi-Chomhairle (the Island of Bad Council), is linked to Dun an Sticir (the Dun of the Skulker) by a causeway. Both Gaelic names suggest a darker and less peaceful era. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:49 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:49 PM
767 Barpa Nam Feannag Barpa nam Feannag, ominously called Cairn of the Hooded Crows in English, is both less accessible and less well known than Barpa Langass. Erskine Beveridge described it as a long irregular mound of loose stones, lying approximately east and westâ. He noted that this barp was higher and wider at the east end, suggesting that there may have once been a chamber there with a large flat stone at the exterior base and a large rectangular opening presenting a sign of a possible entrance passage. He also recorded that the surface of the ground was excessively pitted by many slight hollows. The regularity, size and shape of these hollows suggests the original Neolithic structure, although he noted that none of the upright boundary slabs so characteristic of such cairns remained. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:50 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:50 PM
768 Caravat Barp Caravat Barp is another example of a Long Cairn, 165 overall, with some evidence remaining of a wide horned entrance at the East end. Erskine Beveridge noted that it was greatly dilapidated at this end, since it had been used as a quarry by local residents for the building of the several shielings and enclosures. Originally this must have been a significant landmark, since the narrower west end in Beveridge's time stood to a height of 10 feet. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:52 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:52 PM
769 Langass Barpa Langass is the largest and best preserved of the Neolithic chambered burial cairns on North Uist. According to Erskine Beveridge its massive size suggests that it was the burial place of some great chief and was intended as both a tomb and a monument. Its prominent outline and siting, midway up Ben Langass, is remarkable for the labour which must have been involved in carrying and placing so many large stones over a great distance in order to form its pyramid shape. Beveridge found remnants of burnt burials and fragments of Bronze Age urn pottery within the first chamber and he suggested that two further chambers may well lie beyond the entrance to the east. It is now too dangerous to enter because of the collapsed stonework. Pobull Fhinn is the most conspicuous Megalithic stone circle on North Uist and lies on a plateau overlooking the sea an easy walk away from Barpa Langass. It is interesting to speculate on the type of social relationships that might have existed between the two sites. The stones of Pobull Fhinn are shaped in an oval rather than a circle, their east-west axis being slightly longer than that to the north-south. The purposes of such circles are still open to considerable debate - were they placed to plot the celestial movements of the sun, the seasonal cycles or those of the dark, the moon and the stars? What community celebrations or rituals might these huge stones have been hewn and dragged so high up to denote? Certainly they represent considerable effort and confidence on the part of the early Neolithic farming communities who erected them. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:53 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:53 PM
770 Leacach An Tigh Chloiche, North Uist Unival, a small, roughly-built, square passage grave lies on an elevated plateau on the hill of the same name, and, as Beveridge noted, carries the Gaelic name, ‘Leacach an Tigh Chloiche’, or ‘place of slabs of the stone house’. Excavated by Sir Lindsay Scott during the 1930s, it was found to house a small slab-built cist about 0.5 metres high, in which was the skeleton of a young woman, together with the rib-bones of a younger person, who may have been buried earlier. Ian Armit noted that it appeared that burning charcoal had been tipped onto the skeleton a long time after its burial, suggesting visits to the tomb for ritual purposes other than burial. Amongst the numerous finds of local pottery, discovered by Scott, the rarest was an almost complete Grooved Ware bowl and fragments of a beaker. These were common to later Neolithic finds across the mainland, suggesting the tomb continued to be used for burials well into the Bronze Age. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:55 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:55 PM
771 St Kilda Take a tour! Recreating the Village Bay of St Kilda as it would have looked, enables a better understanding of how the island was and the way of life, around 1890. before the island was evacuated on 29 August 1930. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:56 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:56 PM
772 Dunscaith Castle Dunscaith, Skye's oldest castle is situated north of Tarskavaig by the township of Tokavaig. It was a Norse stronghold, and then a MacLeod castle until taken by MacDonald's in 1266. It was the principle stronghold of the MacDonald's of Sleat until the early 1600's. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:58 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:06:58 PM
773 Armadale Armadale (Scottish Gaelic: Armadal) is a village near the southern end of the Sleat Peninsula, on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, and is a village in the Highland council area of Scotland. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:00 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:00 PM
774 An Crùbh Three things were at the top of the communitys wish list “ a shop, a proper hall for activities, and a place to meet and socialise. Thus, the idea for An Crabh was born. The journey to build An Crabh began in 2011. We received generous support from The Big Lottery Fund, The Coastal Communities Fund, Highland Council, The Robertson Trust, HIE, Fearann Eilean Iarmain, Camuscross & Duisdale Initiative Fundraising Group and architects WT Architecture. The Common Grazings Shareholders were also very generous in their support of the project. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:01 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:01 PM
775 Isle Ornsay Harbour Isleornsay is a village lying off the main Armadale to Sleat road on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. It overlooks, but is not upon, the island of Ornsay. The island itself shelters one of the best natural harbours in southern Skye. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:03 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:03 PM
776 Camus Croise Camuscross is a small crofting township on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Camuscross is situated on Camus Croise bay, on the west shore of the Sound of Sleat, in the Highland Council area. It lies close to the village of Isleornsay and the island of Ornsay. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:04 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:04 PM
777 Rosemarkie Rosemarkie is a village on the south coast of the Black Isle peninsula in Ross-shire, northern Scotland Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:06 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:06 PM
778 Fort George 18th-century fortified garrison and working army barracks, housing Highlanders' regimental museum. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:07 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:07 PM
779 Culloden Battlefield THE BATTLE OF CULLODEN was fought on this moor 16 April 1746 The Graves of the Gallant Highlanders who fought for SCOTLAND AND BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE are marked by the names of their clans Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:09 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:09 PM
780 Urquhart Castle The present ruins of Urquhart Castle stem from the thirteenth to the sixteenth centuries but there are traces of a Medieval fortification on the site stemming from the seventh century. The castle is one of the largest in area in Scotland. It has belonged to many different clans but most notably belonged to the Grants and was under siege by Jacobites following the 1688 Revolution. The tour starts with a view over that castle and has arrows that are used to navigate through the landscape. The tour can be viewed in Virtual Reality. Accessibility note: The visitor centre is fully accessible and there is a photographic guide for those who have mobility issues. Disability buggies are available on request and accessible parking spots. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:11 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:11 PM
781 Castle Stalker Built around 1320 for the MacDougalls, the castle today belongs to the Stewarts. Gaelic name is Stalcaire, meaning Hunter or Falconer. The castle was acquired in 1965 by Lt. Col. D. R. Stewart Allward who restored the castle over a period of ten years. The castle is privately owned and is open for visitor during selected times over the summer, to be arranged in advance. Featured in 1975 Monty Python and the Holy Grail as one of the sites for the Castle of Aaaaarrrrrrggghhh. The virtual tour is a set of images you click between, with a blueprint of the castle serving as a point of reference on the right side of the screen. For each movement, a text appears beneath the image with information on the view. For each location, you can look right and left and some will have a pop-up window containing more information. Accessibility note: The castle does not accomodate wheelchair users. Access to the castle requires the ability to enter/exist a boat and there are steps in and around the castle. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:12 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:12 PM
782 Glencoe The most famous Scottish glen is also one of its most dramatic, with forbidding mountains, thundering waterfalls and sparkling lochs. Internationally famous for its amazing landscape, its natural and cultural heritage; the scenery of Glencoe has been fashioned by millions of years of geological and geomorphologic processes is now regarded as some of the finest wild landscape in Scotland. The drama is also reflected in Glencoe's history, both real and imagined “ myths, massacre and movies are all now part of the fabric of this magical, mysterious place. Walkers and climbers are drawn from all over the world to tackle its many mountaineering routes, including eight Munros, while animal-lovers come to catch a glimpse of Scottish wildlife including red deer, golden eagles and pine martens. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:14 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:14 PM
783 Glenlivet Glenlivet is the glen in the Scottish Highlands through which the River Livet flows. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:15 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:15 PM
784 The Square Tomintoul is a village in the Moray council area of Scotland; until 1975, it was in the county of Banffshire. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:17 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:17 PM
785 Tomintoul Museum Founded by the Duke of Gordon in 1776, Tomintoul is situated on the line of the old military road built following the 1745 Jacobite rebellion. The Duke hoped that the production of linen would provide an industry for local people Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:18 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:18 PM
786 Balvenie Distillery Balvenie is a Speyside single-malt distillery which was founded in 1886 by William Grant. The first distillation took place on 1 May 1893. Balvenie is one of the only distilleries in Scotland with its own malting floor. The distillery is located near the ruined Balvenie Castle, which was built in the twelfth century with extension made in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The tour consists of seven 360º images taken from different spots around the distillery ground. The image are located in the bottom left corner. Accessibility note: There is no wheelchair access to the building. On tours walking is required and there are steps. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:20 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:20 PM
787 Blair Castle Castle dating from 1269 with lavish rooms housing antiques, art and armour, plus walled garden. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:21 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:21 PM
788 Glenshee Archaeology Project Reconstruction Digital reconstruction of Pictish Buildings at Lair, Glenshee. Created in Unreal Engine. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:23 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:23 PM
789 Pictish Rhynie Landscape A landscape rich in history. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:24 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:24 PM
790 Unst Heritage Centre Unst Heritage Trust and Unst Boat Haven are dedicated to the cultural heritage and history of this most northerly island in Scotland. The collection includes fine original wooden boats of various types that have been in use over the past 140 years. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:26 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:26 PM
791 Unst Boat haven For many hundreds of years Unst has lain in the midst of one of the richest fishing grounds in the world. The small wooden boats fished for cod and ling up to 30 miles offshore. http://www.unstheritage.com/web/unst-boat-haven/ Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:27 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:27 PM
792 Unst Bus shelter The Unst Bus Shelter, also known as Bobby's Bus Shelter, is a bus shelter and bus stop near the village of Baltasound, on the isle of Unst, Shetland, Scotland. It is maintained by the Shetland Islands Council. It is located on the main road across Unst - the A968 - which runs between Belmont and Haroldswick. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:29 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:07:29 PM
793 Caen Site of Caen Highland Township, vacated as part of the 19th Century highland clearances Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:28:03 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:28:03 PM
794 Iron Age Roundhouse Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:28:24 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:28:24 PM
795 Caen Township A former highland township. After the highland clearances 200 years ago just a few stones leave evidence of where life had been lived for thousands of years. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:00 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:00 PM
796 TimeSpan Museum Timespan is a cultural organisation in Helmsdale, Sutherland in the Far North of Scotland. It offers a high quality venue with a museum, contemporary art gallery, archive, shop and cafe. Established in 1986, Timespan has developed from a community heritage enterprise to a multi-award-winning creative development hub. Timespan provides a rich cultural programme of events and activities to its visitors every year. The organisation will contribute to CINE with a case study and best practice guidelines based on research of the nearby Strath of Kildonan. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:02 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:02 PM
797 Helmsdale Reconstructed Helmsdale is a village on the east coast of Sutherland, in the Highland council area of Scotland. The modern village was planned in 1814 to resettle communities that had been removed from the surrounding straths as part of the Highland Clearances. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:03 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:03 PM
798 Stac Pollaidh View from summit of Stac Pollaidh Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:05 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:05 PM
799 Isle Martin Isle Martin is an uninhabited island in Loch Broom, on the west coast of Scotland. It is the closest Summer Isles to Ullapool and has been the site of a monastery, a herring curing station and a flour mill. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:07 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:07 PM
800 Torridon With some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in Scotland, Torridon is a magnet for walkers, geologists and naturalists. The estate includes some of Scotland's finest mountain scenery, comprising Liathach, 1,054m (3,456ft) which has seven tops and Beinn Alligin, 985m (3,230ft), composed mainly of Torridonian sandstone dating back 750 million years. Routes to the high tops, and others along the coast, are detailed at the Countryside Centre. You’ll also find information about the wildlife on the estate, part of which is in the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:09 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:09 PM
801 Caisteal Uisdean (Hugh's castle) How to use: Scroll around each scene using your mouse or by moving your smart phone. Look for interactive links to photos and information about the site. Click on the "portals" to change scene. If using PC or Laptop, double click on the tour window to enter full screen mode. If using a Virtual Reality headset /Google Cardboard or similar then download the RoundMe app for the best viewing experience! Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:10 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:10 PM
802 Giant MacAskill Memorial At the southern end of the island you will find a monument to one of Berneray’s most notable sons, Giant Macaskill (Aonghas Mor MacAsgaill). Born in Berneray, he spent most of his life in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and he was said to be the world largest giant at a height of 7ft 9in. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:13 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:13 PM
803 Udal Iain Crawford, a passionate archaeologist and ethnographer who was influenced by the writings of Erskine Beveridge, decided to concentrate his searches in the 1960s on sites that might have been continuously inhabited over a very long period and yet remained visible. He wanted to get a clearer picture of daily life and work from the Mesolithic, through to the Bronze and Iron Ages, onwards as close to the present day as possible. The two main sandhills at Udal, North and South, gradually provided him with settlement remains which represent the rarity and importance of this site. The Udal South Mound revealed evidence of two stone built round houses or 'wheelhouses', now extremely vulnerable to the elements. Pottery shards, stone tools and some bronze and metal items, held by Glasgow University, show evidence of habitation from the Late Bronze Age through to the Late Iron Age. The Udal North Mound takes the period of settlement up to Viking and Mediaeval times and the finds include jewellery and a Norse gold coin of Harald Hardrada. There is evidence of continuous settlement through to the 19th century and much more exciting excavation remains to be researched by the Udal project on this site of major historical significance. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:14 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:14 PM
804 Dun An Sticir Dun an Sticir is an example of how in mediaeval times the original Iron Age 'brochs', hollow walled windowless fortifications often built on islands and reached by a tricky causeway, were later adapted for more domestic purposes. The building of brochs for defensive purposes seems to date from 500 BC. Over the previous thousand years cooler climactic changes had encouraged layers of peat to gradually move downhill, overgrazing had taken its toll, and land for cultivation had become scarcer, forcing people to migrate to the lower ground. Duns comprised a single outer rounded wall, forming a tall tower often rising to 40 feet, mirrored internally by a second curving wall enclosing an inner chamber. This was a relatively straightforward fortification to build in order to protect your land. Erskine Beveridge also found evidence at Dun an Sticir of a gallery six feet above ground level. Remains of two huts where livestock could have been protected could also be seen. The rectangular stone structure built within the walls using the stone available, with its door and window, dates from the mediaeval period. A second island, Eilean na Mi-Chomhairle (the Island of Bad Council), is linked to Dun an Sticir (the Dun of the Skulker) by a causeway. Both Gaelic names suggest a darker and less peaceful era. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:16 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:16 PM
805 Barpa Nam Feannag Barpa nam Feannag, ominously called Cairn of the Hooded Crows in English, is both less accessible and less well known than Barpa Langass. Erskine Beveridge described it as a long irregular mound of loose stones, lying approximately east and westâ. He noted that this barp was higher and wider at the east end, suggesting that there may have once been a chamber there with a large flat stone at the exterior base and a large rectangular opening presenting a sign of a possible entrance passage. He also recorded that the surface of the ground was excessively pitted by many slight hollows. The regularity, size and shape of these hollows suggests the original Neolithic structure, although he noted that none of the upright boundary slabs so characteristic of such cairns remained. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:17 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:17 PM
806 Caravat Barp Caravat Barp is another example of a Long Cairn, 165 overall, with some evidence remaining of a wide horned entrance at the East end. Erskine Beveridge noted that it was greatly dilapidated at this end, since it had been used as a quarry by local residents for the building of the several shielings and enclosures. Originally this must have been a significant landmark, since the narrower west end in Beveridge's time stood to a height of 10 feet. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:19 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:19 PM
807 Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre The Centre was founded in 1993 by Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath and the Uist Art Association and the museum explores North Uist's social, domestic, economic, cultural and religious life. The collection is built up from artefacts from the nineteenth and twentieth century, as well as a collection of Scottish, local, and international art and craft pieces. Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre is located on the shoreline of a marine Special Area of Conservation. The tour consists of two 360 images taken inside two rooms of the Centre that can be moved between. Accessibility note: The centre is wheelchair accessible. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:21 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:21 PM
808 Langass Barpa Langass is the largest and best preserved of the Neolithic chambered burial cairns on North Uist. According to Erskine Beveridge its massive size suggests that it was the burial place of some great chief and was intended as both a tomb and a monument. Its prominent outline and siting, midway up Ben Langass, is remarkable for the labour which must have been involved in carrying and placing so many large stones over a great distance in order to form its pyramid shape. Beveridge found remnants of burnt burials and fragments of Bronze Age urn pottery within the first chamber and he suggested that two further chambers may well lie beyond the entrance to the east. It is now too dangerous to enter because of the collapsed stonework. Pobull Fhinn is the most conspicuous Megalithic stone circle on North Uist and lies on a plateau overlooking the sea an easy walk away from Barpa Langass. It is interesting to speculate on the type of social relationships that might have existed between the two sites. The stones of Pobull Fhinn are shaped in an oval rather than a circle, their east-west axis being slightly longer than that to the north-south. The purposes of such circles are still open to considerable debate - were they placed to plot the celestial movements of the sun, the seasonal cycles or those of the dark, the moon and the stars? What community celebrations or rituals might these huge stones have been hewn and dragged so high up to denote? Certainly they represent considerable effort and confidence on the part of the early Neolithic farming communities who erected them. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:22 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:22 PM
809 Leacach An Tigh Chloiche, North Uist Unival, a small, roughly-built, square passage grave lies on an elevated plateau on the hill of the same name, and, as Beveridge noted, carries the Gaelic name, ‘Leacach an Tigh Chloiche’, or ‘place of slabs of the stone house’. Excavated by Sir Lindsay Scott during the 1930s, it was found to house a small slab-built cist about 0.5 metres high, in which was the skeleton of a young woman, together with the rib-bones of a younger person, who may have been buried earlier. Ian Armit noted that it appeared that burning charcoal had been tipped onto the skeleton a long time after its burial, suggesting visits to the tomb for ritual purposes other than burial. Amongst the numerous finds of local pottery, discovered by Scott, the rarest was an almost complete Grooved Ware bowl and fragments of a beaker. These were common to later Neolithic finds across the mainland, suggesting the tomb continued to be used for burials well into the Bronze Age. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:24 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:24 PM
810 St Kilda Take a tour! Recreating the Village Bay of St Kilda as it would have looked, enables a better understanding of how the island was and the way of life, around 1890. before the island was evacuated on 29 August 1930. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:26 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:26 PM
811 Dunscaith Castle Dunscaith, Skye's oldest castle is situated north of Tarskavaig by the township of Tokavaig. It was a Norse stronghold, and then a MacLeod castle until taken by MacDonald's in 1266. It was the principle stronghold of the MacDonald's of Sleat until the early 1600's. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:28 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:28 PM
812 Armadale Armadale (Scottish Gaelic: Armadal) is a village near the southern end of the Sleat Peninsula, on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, and is a village in the Highland council area of Scotland. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:29 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:29 PM
813 An Crùbh Three things were at the top of the communitys wish list “ a shop, a proper hall for activities, and a place to meet and socialise. Thus, the idea for An Crabh was born. The journey to build An Crabh began in 2011. We received generous support from The Big Lottery Fund, The Coastal Communities Fund, Highland Council, The Robertson Trust, HIE, Fearann Eilean Iarmain, Camuscross & Duisdale Initiative Fundraising Group and architects WT Architecture. The Common Grazings Shareholders were also very generous in their support of the project. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:31 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:31 PM
814 Isle Ornsay Harbour Isleornsay is a village lying off the main Armadale to Sleat road on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. It overlooks, but is not upon, the island of Ornsay. The island itself shelters one of the best natural harbours in southern Skye. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:33 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:33 PM
815 Camus Croise Camuscross is a small crofting township on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Camuscross is situated on Camus Croise bay, on the west shore of the Sound of Sleat, in the Highland Council area. It lies close to the village of Isleornsay and the island of Ornsay. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:34 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:34 PM
816 Rosemarkie Rosemarkie is a village on the south coast of the Black Isle peninsula in Ross-shire, northern Scotland Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:36 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:36 PM
817 Fort George 18th-century fortified garrison and working army barracks, housing Highlanders' regimental museum. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:38 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:38 PM
818 The Highlanders Museum The Highlanders Museum World War II Exhibition Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:39 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:39 PM
819 Culloden Battlefield THE BATTLE OF CULLODEN was fought on this moor 16 April 1746 The Graves of the Gallant Highlanders who fought for SCOTLAND AND BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE are marked by the names of their clans Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:41 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:41 PM
820 Urquhart Castle The present ruins of Urquhart Castle stem from the thirteenth to the sixteenth centuries but there are traces of a Medieval fortification on the site stemming from the seventh century. The castle is one of the largest in area in Scotland. It has belonged to many different clans but most notably belonged to the Grants and was under siege by Jacobites following the 1688 Revolution. The tour starts with a view over that castle and has arrows that are used to navigate through the landscape. The tour can be viewed in Virtual Reality. Accessibility note: The visitor centre is fully accessible and there is a photographic guide for those who have mobility issues. Disability buggies are available on request and accessible parking spots. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:43 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:43 PM
821 Castle Stalker Built around 1320 for the MacDougalls, the castle today belongs to the Stewarts. Gaelic name is Stalcaire, meaning Hunter or Falconer. The castle was acquired in 1965 by Lt. Col. D. R. Stewart Allward who restored the castle over a period of ten years. The castle is privately owned and is open for visitor during selected times over the summer, to be arranged in advance. Featured in 1975 Monty Python and the Holy Grail as one of the sites for the Castle of Aaaaarrrrrrggghhh. The virtual tour is a set of images you click between, with a blueprint of the castle serving as a point of reference on the right side of the screen. For each movement, a text appears beneath the image with information on the view. For each location, you can look right and left and some will have a pop-up window containing more information. Accessibility note: The castle does not accomodate wheelchair users. Access to the castle requires the ability to enter/exist a boat and there are steps in and around the castle. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:45 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:45 PM
822 Glencoe The most famous Scottish glen is also one of its most dramatic, with forbidding mountains, thundering waterfalls and sparkling lochs. Internationally famous for its amazing landscape, its natural and cultural heritage; the scenery of Glencoe has been fashioned by millions of years of geological and geomorphologic processes is now regarded as some of the finest wild landscape in Scotland. The drama is also reflected in Glencoe's history, both real and imagined “ myths, massacre and movies are all now part of the fabric of this magical, mysterious place. Walkers and climbers are drawn from all over the world to tackle its many mountaineering routes, including eight Munros, while animal-lovers come to catch a glimpse of Scottish wildlife including red deer, golden eagles and pine martens. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:46 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:46 PM
823 Glenlivet Glenlivet is the glen in the Scottish Highlands through which the River Livet flows. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:48 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:48 PM
824 The Square Tomintoul is a village in the Moray council area of Scotland; until 1975, it was in the county of Banffshire. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:50 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:50 PM
825 Tomintoul Museum Founded by the Duke of Gordon in 1776, Tomintoul is situated on the line of the old military road built following the 1745 Jacobite rebellion. The Duke hoped that the production of linen would provide an industry for local people Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:51 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:51 PM
826 Balvenie Distillery Balvenie is a Speyside single-malt distillery which was founded in 1886 by William Grant. The first distillation took place on 1 May 1893. Balvenie is one of the only distilleries in Scotland with its own malting floor. The distillery is located near the ruined Balvenie Castle, which was built in the twelfth century with extension made in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The tour consists of seven 360º images taken from different spots around the distillery ground. The image are located in the bottom left corner. Accessibility note: There is no wheelchair access to the building. On tours walking is required and there are steps. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:53 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:53 PM
827 Blair Castle Castle dating from 1269 with lavish rooms housing antiques, art and armour, plus walled garden. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:55 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:55 PM
828 Glenshee Archaeology Project Reconstruction Digital reconstruction of Pictish Buildings at Lair, Glenshee. Created in Unreal Engine. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:56 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:56 PM
829 Pictish Rhynie Landscape A landscape rich in history. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:58 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:29:58 PM
830 Unst Heritage Centre Unst Heritage Trust and Unst Boat Haven are dedicated to the cultural heritage and history of this most northerly island in Scotland. The collection includes fine original wooden boats of various types that have been in use over the past 140 years. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:30:00 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:30:00 PM
831 Unst Boat haven For many hundreds of years Unst has lain in the midst of one of the richest fishing grounds in the world. The small wooden boats fished for cod and ling up to 30 miles offshore. http://www.unstheritage.com/web/unst-boat-haven/ Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:30:02 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 04:30:02 PM
832 Shetland Museum & Archives The New Shetland Museum and Archives at Hay's Dock, Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland, was officially opened on 31 May 2007 by HM Queen Sonja of Norway and the Duke & Duchess of Rothesay. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:05:48 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:05:48 PM
833 Scapa Flow Scapa flow exhibition showing history during the First and Second World Wars Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:06:17 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:06:17 PM
834 Wick Heritage Museum The Wick Heritage Museum can be found in a rather small, nondescript house near the harbour of the far north-Scotland town of Wick. But don't let its size fool you as this museum is housed in a tardis-like building that's way bigger than you might at first imagine. The museum is dedicated to keeping the history of this quiet fishing town alive through a series of exhibitions that take visitors into the past with photos, Caithness glass displays, life-size fishing boats and restored machinery. As you explore the 20+ rooms that head off in all directions you'll discover an array of fascinating objects and lovingly restored artworks as well as several enthusiastic volunteers, all of which add up to making the Wick Heritage Museum a surprisingly good tourist attraction Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:08:58 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:08:58 PM
835 TimeSpan Museum Timespan is a cultural organisation in Helmsdale, Sutherland in the Far North of Scotland. It offers a high quality venue with a museum, contemporary art gallery, archive, shop and cafe. Established in 1986, Timespan has developed from a community heritage enterprise to a multi-award-winning creative development hub. Timespan provides a rich cultural programme of events and activities to its visitors every year. The organisation will contribute to CINE with a case study and best practice guidelines based on research of the nearby Strath of Kildonan. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:08:59 PM Wednesday 26th of August 2020 03:31:45 PM
836 Stac Pollaidh View from summit of Stac Pollaidh Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:00 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:00 PM
837 Isle Martin Isle Martin is an uninhabited island in Loch Broom, on the west coast of Scotland. It is the closest Summer Isles to Ullapool and has been the site of a monastery, a herring curing station and a flour mill. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:01 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:01 PM
838 Giant MacAskill Memorial At the southern end of the island you will find a monument to one of Berneray’s most notable sons, Giant Macaskill (Aonghas Mor MacAsgaill). Born in Berneray, he spent most of his life in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and he was said to be the world largest giant at a height of 7ft 9in. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:02 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:02 PM
839 Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre The Centre was founded in 1993 by Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath and the Uist Art Association and the museum explores North Uist's social, domestic, economic, cultural and religious life. The collection is built up from artefacts from the nineteenth and twentieth century, as well as a collection of Scottish, local, and international art and craft pieces. Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Arts Centre is located on the shoreline of a marine Special Area of Conservation. The tour consists of two 360 images taken inside two rooms of the Centre that can be moved between. Accessibility note: The centre is wheelchair accessible. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:03 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:03 PM
840 St Kilda Take a tour! Recreating the Village Bay of St Kilda as it would have looked, enables a better understanding of how the island was and the way of life, around 1890. before the island was evacuated on 29 August 1930. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:04 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:04 PM
841 An Crùbh Three things were at the top of the communitys wish list “ a shop, a proper hall for activities, and a place to meet and socialise. Thus, the idea for An Crabh was born. The journey to build An Crabh began in 2011. We received generous support from The Big Lottery Fund, The Coastal Communities Fund, Highland Council, The Robertson Trust, HIE, Fearann Eilean Iarmain, Camuscross & Duisdale Initiative Fundraising Group and architects WT Architecture. The Common Grazings Shareholders were also very generous in their support of the project. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:05 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:05 PM
842 Camus Croise Camuscross is a small crofting township on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. Camuscross is situated on Camus Croise bay, on the west shore of the Sound of Sleat, in the Highland Council area. It lies close to the village of Isleornsay and the island of Ornsay. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:06 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:06 PM
843 Fort George 18th-century fortified garrison and working army barracks, housing Highlanders' regimental museum. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:07 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:07 PM
844 The Highlanders Museum The Highlanders Museum World War II Exhibition Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:08 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:08 PM
845 Culloden Battlefield THE BATTLE OF CULLODEN was fought on this moor 16 April 1746 The Graves of the Gallant Highlanders who fought for SCOTLAND AND BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE are marked by the names of their clans Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:09 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:09 PM
846 Urquhart Castle The present ruins of Urquhart Castle stem from the thirteenth to the sixteenth centuries but there are traces of a Medieval fortification on the site stemming from the seventh century. The castle is one of the largest in area in Scotland. It has belonged to many different clans but most notably belonged to the Grants and was under siege by Jacobites following the 1688 Revolution. The tour starts with a view over that castle and has arrows that are used to navigate through the landscape. The tour can be viewed in Virtual Reality. Accessibility note: The visitor centre is fully accessible and there is a photographic guide for those who have mobility issues. Disability buggies are available on request and accessible parking spots. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:10 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:10 PM
847 Castle Stalker Built around 1320 for the MacDougalls, the castle today belongs to the Stewarts. Gaelic name is Stalcaire, meaning Hunter or Falconer. The castle was acquired in 1965 by Lt. Col. D. R. Stewart Allward who restored the castle over a period of ten years. The castle is privately owned and is open for visitor during selected times over the summer, to be arranged in advance. Featured in 1975 Monty Python and the Holy Grail as one of the sites for the Castle of Aaaaarrrrrrggghhh. The virtual tour is a set of images you click between, with a blueprint of the castle serving as a point of reference on the right side of the screen. For each movement, a text appears beneath the image with information on the view. For each location, you can look right and left and some will have a pop-up window containing more information. Accessibility note: The castle does not accomodate wheelchair users. Access to the castle requires the ability to enter/exist a boat and there are steps in and around the castle. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:11 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:11 PM
848 Glenlivet Glenlivet is the glen in the Scottish Highlands through which the River Livet flows. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:12 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:12 PM
849 The Square Tomintoul is a village in the Moray council area of Scotland; until 1975, it was in the county of Banffshire. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:13 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:13 PM
850 Blair Castle Castle dating from 1269 with lavish rooms housing antiques, art and armour, plus walled garden. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:14 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:14 PM
851 Glenshee Archaeology Project Reconstruction Digital reconstruction of Pictish Buildings at Lair, Glenshee. Created in Unreal Engine. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:15 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:15 PM
852 Unst Heritage Centre Unst Heritage Trust and Unst Boat Haven are dedicated to the cultural heritage and history of this most northerly island in Scotland. The collection includes fine original wooden boats of various types that have been in use over the past 140 years. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:16 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:16 PM
853 Unst Boat haven For many hundreds of years Unst has lain in the midst of one of the richest fishing grounds in the world. The small wooden boats fished for cod and ling up to 30 miles offshore. http://www.unstheritage.com/web/unst-boat-haven/ Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:17 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:17 PM
854 Unst Bus shelter The Unst Bus Shelter, also known as Bobby's Bus Shelter, is a bus shelter and bus stop near the village of Baltasound, on the isle of Unst, Shetland, Scotland. It is maintained by the Shetland Islands Council. It is located on the main road across Unst - the A968 - which runs between Belmont and Haroldswick. Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:18 PM Tuesday 28th of July 2020 05:09:18 PM
855 Peir Wednesday 26th of August 2020 05:13:41 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 11:58:12 AM
856 North Isles Landscape Partnership Tour Thursday 27th of August 2020 11:52:41 AM Thursday 27th of August 2020 11:52:41 AM
857 Cliff Top Thursday 27th of August 2020 11:54:43 AM Thursday 27th of August 2020 11:54:43 AM
858 Cliff Top Thursday 27th of August 2020 11:56:07 AM Thursday 27th of August 2020 11:57:27 AM
859 Cliff Top Thursday 27th of August 2020 11:59:29 AM Thursday 27th of August 2020 11:59:29 AM
860 Cliff Top Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:00:18 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:00:18 PM
861 Beach Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:04:21 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:04:21 PM
862 Near Beach Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:05:20 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:05:20 PM
863 Beach Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:06:36 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:06:36 PM
864 Beach Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:07:27 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:07:27 PM
865 Building Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:08:55 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:08:55 PM
866 Near Building Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:10:00 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:10:00 PM
867 Graveyard Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:10:51 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:10:51 PM
868 Inside Building Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:13:38 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:13:38 PM
869 Building Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:14:30 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:14:30 PM
870 Pier Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:16:04 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:16:57 PM
871 Graveyard Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:25:30 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:25:30 PM
872 Church Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:31:29 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:31:29 PM
873 Inside Building Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:39:32 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 12:39:32 PM
874 Inside Building Thursday 27th of August 2020 01:06:05 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 01:06:05 PM
875 Beach Video Thursday 27th of August 2020 02:57:10 PM Thursday 27th of August 2020 02:57:10 PM
877 Shapinsay Pier Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:02:16 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:02:16 PM
878 Westray, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:04:49 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:52:06 PM
879 Ronaldsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:36:53 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:36:53 PM
880 Sanday, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:38:30 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:23:34 PM
881 Shapinsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:40:24 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:40:24 PM
882 Shapinsay Pier Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:42:31 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:42:31 PM
883 Shapinsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:43:35 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:43:35 PM
884 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:44:34 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:44:34 PM
885 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:45:21 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:47:40 PM
886 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:46:24 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:46:24 PM
887 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:47:16 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:47:16 PM
888 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:48:42 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:48:42 PM
889 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:49:32 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:49:32 PM
890 Shapinsay Beach Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:53:43 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:53:43 PM
891 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:54:36 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:54:36 PM
892 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:55:26 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:55:26 PM
893 Shapinsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:56:56 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:19:03 PM
894 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:58:34 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 12:58:34 PM
895 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:00:04 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:00:04 PM
896 Shapinsay Village Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:00:49 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:00:49 PM
897 Shapinsay Beach Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:01:47 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:01:47 PM
898 Shapinsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:02:48 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:02:48 PM
899 Shapinsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:03:52 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:03:52 PM
900 Shapinsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:04:54 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:04:54 PM
901 Shapinsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:05:34 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:05:34 PM
902 Shapinsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:06:23 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:06:23 PM
903 Westray, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:09:39 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:09:39 PM
904 Westray Heritage Center Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:11:27 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:11:27 PM
905 Westray Heritage Center Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:12:41 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:12:41 PM
906 Westray Heritage Center Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:14:06 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:14:06 PM
907 Westray Heritage Center Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:18:23 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:19:45 PM
908 Sanday Heritage Centre The Heritage Centre is situated in Lady Village in the formal Temperance Hall and was opened in May 2014. The main areas of display are Natural History, (nature on land, links and shore), Archaeology, (Sanday ‘archaeologically has the best landscape in Orkney’), Farming, (Sanday, the granary of the North) and the Sea, (At the turn of the Tide). In one corner there is a section on World War I. There is an area on Shipwrecks and our new display for 2020 was the board display of Scapa Flow and the Scuttling of the German Fleet. with the B98’s part in the Battle of Jutland. The most recent requisition is the Appiehouse Stone, found under a floor in a house in Lady Village. This is a Pictish/Christian Stone. The Horne Room is our Reference area which holds a lot of records for Family History and former displays. Here we hold the Sanday Photographic material and Oral History archives. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:21:25 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:46:02 PM
909 Sanday Heritage Centre The Heritage Centre is situated in Lady Village in the formal Temperance Hall and was opened in May 2014. The main areas of display are Natural History, (nature on land, links and shore), Archaeology, (Sanday ‘archaeologically has the best landscape in Orkney’), Farming, (Sanday, the granary of the North) and the Sea, (At the turn of the Tide). In one corner there is a section on World War I. There is an area on Shipwrecks and our new display for 2020 was the board display of Scapa Flow and the Scuttling of the German Fleet. with the B98’s part in the Battle of Jutland. The most recent requisition is the Appiehouse Stone, found under a floor in a house in Lady Village. This is a Pictish/Christian Stone. The Horne Room is our Reference area which holds a lot of records for Family History and former displays. Here we hold the Sanday Photographic material and Oral History archives. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:31:34 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:46:48 PM
910 Sanday Heritage Centre The Heritage Centre is situated in Lady Village in the formal Temperance Hall and was opened in May 2014. The main areas of display are Natural History, (nature on land, links and shore), Archaeology, (Sanday ‘archaeologically has the best landscape in Orkney’), Farming, (Sanday, the granary of the North) and the Sea, (At the turn of the Tide). In one corner there is a section on World War I. There is an area on Shipwrecks and our new display for 2020 was the board display of Scapa Flow and the Scuttling of the German Fleet. with the B98’s part in the Battle of Jutland. The most recent requisition is the Appiehouse Stone, found under a floor in a house in Lady Village. This is a Pictish/Christian Stone. The Horne Room is our Reference area which holds a lot of records for Family History and former displays. Here we hold the Sanday Photographic material and Oral History archives. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:34:58 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:47:12 PM
911 Sanday Heritage Centre The Heritage Centre is situated in Lady Village in the formal Temperance Hall and was opened in May 2014. The main areas of display are Natural History, (nature on land, links and shore), Archaeology, (Sanday ‘archaeologically has the best landscape in Orkney’), Farming, (Sanday, the granary of the North) and the Sea, (At the turn of the Tide). In one corner there is a section on World War I. There is an area on Shipwrecks and our new display for 2020 was the board display of Scapa Flow and the Scuttling of the German Fleet. with the B98’s part in the Battle of Jutland. The most recent requisition is the Appiehouse Stone, found under a floor in a house in Lady Village. This is a Pictish/Christian Stone. The Horne Room is our Reference area which holds a lot of records for Family History and former displays. Here we hold the Sanday Photographic material and Oral History archives. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:49:33 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:47:51 PM
912 Burnt Mound, Sanday, Orkney This is a reconstruction of the Burnt Mound which was re-excavated from the shore below Meur in the north of the island. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:51:11 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:49:44 PM
913 Croft, Sanday, Orkney The Croft, whose inhabitants left in 1966, was taken over by the Heritage Group who, in 2011 started renovating the interior. The first image in of the ‘But’ end of the Croft and the second image is of the ‘Ben’ end. The original flag stone floors were found when the concrete flooring was taken up. The furniture and household items were supplied by generous gifts from the island folk which enable the Croft to depict what it would have looked like in the 1900’s. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:52:00 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:50:24 PM
914 Croft, Sanday, Orkney The Croft, whose inhabitants left in 1966, was taken over by the Heritage Group who, in 2011 started renovating the interior. The first image in of the ‘But’ end of the Croft and the second image is of the ‘Ben’ end. The original flag stone floors were found when the concrete flooring was taken up. The furniture and household items were supplied by generous gifts from the island folk which enable the Croft to depict what it would have looked like in the 1900’s. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:53:41 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:50:55 PM
915 Burnt Mount, Sanday, Orkney This is a reconstruction of the Burnt Mound which was re-excavated from the shore below Meur in the north of the island. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:56:04 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:52:14 PM
916 Brickie Hut / Cata Sand, Sanday, Orkney This was taken in front of the Brickie Hut, a control room in World War II, for a dummy airfield on the Plain of Fidge. It over looks Cata Sand and onto to the sand dunes. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:56:54 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:54:08 PM
917 Black Rock Jetty, Sanday, Orkney The Black Rock Jetty was built to transport mail and passengers by boat to and from North Ronaldsay. With the onset of the plane it was no longer put to use and is now in a state of disrepair. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:57:45 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:57:27 PM
918 Sanday, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:58:39 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 01:58:39 PM
919 Whitemill Bay, Sanday, Orkney This image was taken on top of the ruined cairn at Whitemill Point showing part of the wreck the ‘Wanga’ which came ashore in 1939. The stretch of water is the North Ronaldsay Firth with a glimpse of North Ronaldsay on the horizon. Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:00:11 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 12:59:07 PM
920 Behind Westness Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:02:35 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:02:35 PM
921 Bowan Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:04:45 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:04:45 PM
922 Breckan Garden Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:06:05 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:06:05 PM
923 Cliffs Westness Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:08:26 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:08:26 PM
924 Dennisness Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:09:40 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:09:40 PM
925 firsthill westness Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:33:33 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:33:33 PM
926 Gate at Westness Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:34:38 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:34:38 PM
927 Hangie Rock Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:35:45 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:35:45 PM
928 Ronaldsay, Orkney Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:36:44 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:36:44 PM
929 Inside Crus Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:37:59 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:37:59 PM
930 Shapinsay Pier Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:57:15 PM Tuesday 10th of November 2020 02:58:26 PM
931 North Ronaldsay Videosphere 1 Thursday 03rd of December 2020 10:48:33 AM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 10:48:33 AM
932 North Ronaldsay Videosphere 2 Thursday 03rd of December 2020 10:56:26 AM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 10:56:26 AM
933 Startpoint Lighthouse Film taken looking towards the tidal island of Start Point off Sanday. The first beacon was a masonry unlit tower. Then in 1806 a new lighthouse with a revolving light was established. Start Point lighthouse was painted with its black and white vertical stripes around 1915. Thursday 03rd of December 2020 01:02:00 PM Thursday 03rd of December 2020 01:02:00 PM
934 Westray Heritage Center Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:06:48 PM Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:06:48 PM
935 Westray Heritage Center Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:08:57 PM Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:08:57 PM
936 Westray Heritage Center Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:09:54 PM Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:09:54 PM
937 Westray Heritage Center Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:22:38 PM Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:22:38 PM
938 Westray Heritage Center Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:23:52 PM Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:23:52 PM
939 Westray Heritage Center Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:25:03 PM Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:25:03 PM
940 Westray Heritage Center Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:26:13 PM Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:26:13 PM
941 Westray Beach Video Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:29:22 PM Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:29:22 PM
942 Westray Video Sphere Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:32:20 PM Thursday 14th of January 2021 01:32:20 PM
944 Black Ceramic Jug Through a Glass Darkly - Digitisation of the Bridges Collection (a collection of Cypriot antiquities held at the University of St Andrews). Funded by the Leventis Foundation. Project directors: Rebecca Sweetman (School of Classics) & Alison Hadfield (MUSA). Friday 15th of January 2021 05:07:22 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:07:22 PM
945 Possible Panther Possible panther skull - Bell Pettigrew Museum Teaching Collection Friday 15th of January 2021 05:24:42 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:24:42 PM
946 Porpoise Porpoise Skull - Bell Pettigrew Museum Teaching Collection Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:27 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:27 PM
947 Black Bear Skull Black Bear Skull - The Bell Pettigrew Museum Teaching Collection Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:29 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:29 PM
948 Chimpanzee skull Chimpanzee skull from Bell Pettigrew Natural History Museum handling collection for mammology studies Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:32 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:32 PM
949 Fisherman's hat Shetlanders wore knitted hats when off fishing, and the the multicoloured patterns contrasted with the brown oilskins and boots they wore. Visitors to the islands two hundred years ago were much taken with these vivid caps, and bartered them from the fishermen – hence why they survive. Harvest from the Sea gallery TEX 7738 Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:34 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:34 PM
950 Prehistoric cup Whales are common in the North Atlantic, and since ancient times people have used their meat and oil. In regions with no trees, bones were fashioned into household items that would usully be made from timber; this handled cup is made from a backbone. It is unfinished, and you can see the inside isn’t fully hollowed-out. Early People gallery ARC 85130 Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:36 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:36 PM
951 Byre lantern Tradional Shetland farmsteads had outbuildings connected to the house, so people could go through to the byre to tend to the cattle, even in the strongest winter gale. For centuries light came from fish-oil lamps. Once imported glass became common around 1800, people used candle lanterns because they protected the flame from draughts. Home & the Land gallery FPL 65678 Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:38 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:38 PM
952 Fishing sinker Traditional fishing gear had two main parts – a baited hook to catch the fish, and a weight to sink the line into the sea. This is a specialised sinker that people used where there was a very strong tide, where big fish could be caught. The pointed shape and concave face allowed it to be pulled through the current, but sometimes stones were lost if the line broke. Harvest from the Sea gallery FIS 7479 Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:41 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:41 PM
953 Emigrants doll Around 1900 hundreds of Shetlanders left their native home. It was a time of hardship but also opportunity. People settled elsewhere in Britain, or further afield in the world. This doll belonged to a girl in a seaport where islanders settled as mariners and domestic servants. On the Move gallery SPO 1990.427 Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:42 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:42 PM
954 Corncrake bird Corncrake birds lived in Shetland for thousands of years, nesting in cornfields. However, they have nearly disappered from the islands for over thirty years. People had come to use imported food and animal fodder, so farmers stopped growing oats and barley, and the corncrake’s habitat vanished. Trade & Industry gallery NAT 2007.22 Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:45 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:45 PM
955 Box for a voyage When off on a boat trip, people used this kind of box, known in Shetland as a bøst, to carry food or fishing flies. These boxes were made around Hordaland province, and imported in the 18th century as part of the islands’ trading links with coastal Norway. Boats gallery CON 8153 Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:47 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:25:47 PM
956 A cure for jaundice: Bone Bowl Jaundice is a symptom, rather than a disease. Shetlanders used folk-remedies to try to cure the condition. One way was to drink water from a stream where three landlords’ estates met. The water was scooped with the big bowl, called a kapp, and the patient sipped it with the little dish. This dish is made from whalebone. Customs & Folklore gallery FPL 2012.480 Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:31 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:31 PM
957 Wireless battery Communication sped up throughout the twentieth century, but news wasn’t that new by the time it got to Shetland by sea. The wireless meant islanders were up-to-the minute by the 1930s. Radios ran on batteries that were periodically re-charged. Most people went to a firm with a generator, although some homes had a wind-generator. On the Move gallery IMP 1997.16 Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:33 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:33 PM
958 Ammunition Pouch Ammunition Pouch x 3. German equipment Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:35 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:35 PM
959 German Binoculars German binoculars taken by the 5th Bn Seaforth Highlanders in 1945. Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:37 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:37 PM
960 Hitlers Desk Piece Piece of Adolf Hitler's desk. Removed from the Bunker beneath the Chancellery in Berlin by Lt Col Richard Broad MC, Seaforth Highlanders. The desk had been broken in pieces by Russian solders in May 1945. Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:39 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:39 PM
961 Biscuit Box Biscuit Box with biscuits sealed inside. Part of the Highlander’s Museum collection (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection). Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:41 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:41 PM
962 Steel Helmet Steel helmet worn by Captain Rev F J L MacLachlan MC, Chaplain to the 1st Bn Cameron Highlanders, during the crossing of the Irrawaddy River on 19/20 March 1945. This river crossing marked a major point in the re-conquest of Burma, following the victories at Kohima and Imphal. The 1st Camerons played a vital role in the inital assault, securing a bridgehead on the enemy-held bank. Captain MacLachlan’s helmet was struck by a Japanese machine gun bullt during the crossing but he was unhurt. Steel helmet, khaki in colour, with bullet hole. Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:43 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:43 PM
963 Seaforth Highlander POW Side Drum Side Drum - made for use by the Pipe Band formed by Prisoners of War. It bears the badge of the Seaforth Highlanders. Part of the Highlander’s Mueum collection (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection). Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:45 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:45 PM
964 Wool Jersey Jersey made from scaps of wool by 2 Lt TD Scott, 4th Bn Seaforth Highlanders while a Prisoner of War. Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:47 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:47 PM
965 Rifle - covered in marine silt Rifle heavily encrusted in marine silt. Photographed in situ in custom display box. Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:49 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:26:49 PM
966 Hitler's Despatch Box Despatch box used by Adolf Hitler. Removed from the Bunker beneath the Chancellery in Berlin by Lieutenant Colonel I F Anderson OBE MC, Seaforth Highlanders in May 1945. Part of the Highlander’s Museum collection (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection). Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:02 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:02 PM
967 German 'Schu' Mine German 'Schu' Mine used in the Italian campaign of 1944, captured by the 6th Bn Seaforth Highlanders. These small anti-personnel mines were particularly dangerous as their wooden casing made them impossible to detect using a magnetic min detector. The box contained a 200 g block of explosive, enough to cause a serious wound rather than to kill outright. Part of the Highlander’s Museum collection (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection). Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:04 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:04 PM
968 Pistol Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:07 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:07 PM
969 Sgraffiato Sgraffiato bowl hand painted in green and yellow. Incised design of a human figure possibly female. Byzantine wares produced on a large scale. Byzantine. Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:08 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:08 PM
970 Egg Box - North Uist Part of Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath (Historical Society of North Uist) heritage collection. North Uist Historical Society Known as CEUT, this dynamic local history society was formed in October 1987 and has gradually built up a collection of objects, photographs and sound archives that reflect the social history of North Uist. Currently there is a committee of 12 that meet monthly at Taigh Chearsabhagh that are supported by a wider membership of over 300 people. CEUT are responsible for planning the heritage related exhibitions and events at Taigh Chearsabhagh including the annual main exhibition in the Museum and several temporary displays in Gallery 2 which is shared on rotation with the arts programme. http://www.taigh-chearsabhagh.org/heritage/ceut-north-uist-historical-societ/ Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:11 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:11 PM
971 Butter Churn Part of Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath (Historical Society of North Uist) heritage collection. North Uist Historical Society Known as CEUT, this dynamic local history society was formed in October 1987 and has gradually built up a collection of objects, photographs and sound archives that reflect the social history of North Uist. Currently there is a committee of 12 that meet monthly at Taigh Chearsabhagh that are supported by a wider membership of over 300 people. CEUT are responsible for planning the heritage related exhibitions and events at Taigh Chearsabhagh including the annual main exhibition in the Museum and several temporary displays in Gallery 2 which is shared on rotation with the arts programme. http://www.taigh-chearsabhagh.org/heritage/ceut-north-uist-historical-societ/ Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:13 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:13 PM
972 WW1 Water Bottle Part of Comann Eachdraidh Uibhist a Tuath (Historical Society of North Uist) heritage collection. North Uist Historical Society Known as CEUT, this dynamic local history society was formed in October 1987 and has gradually built up a collection of objects, photographs and sound archives that reflect the social history of North Uist. Currently there is a committee of 12 that meet monthly at Taigh Chearsabhagh that are supported by a wider membership of over 300 people. CEUT are responsible for planning the heritage related exhibitions and events at Taigh Chearsabhagh including the annual main exhibition in the Museum and several temporary displays in Gallery 2 which is shared on rotation with the arts programme. http://www.taigh-chearsabhagh.org/heritage/ceut-north-uist-historical-societ/ Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:15 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:15 PM
973 70's Shoe - North Uist Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:17 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:17 PM
974 Carved Head Carved stone head of male figure. The hair and diadem are evident. Some damage noticeable around the facial features but in very good condition otherwise. Late Antique. Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:19 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:19 PM
975 Samian Oil Lamp Samian Ware oil lamp. Circular lamp with well preserved motif of an olive branch. Olive oil was most likely the type of oil used to fuel oil lamps in the Mediterranean. Roman. Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:21 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:21 PM
976 Unguentarium Unguentarium produced from terracotta, thought to be used for carrying oil or perfume. Roman. Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM Friday 15th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
977 Drone Image 1 Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:03:39 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:03:39 PM
978 Drone Image 2 Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:04:25 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:04:25 PM
979 Drone Image 3 Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:05:42 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:05:42 PM
980 Drone Image 4 Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:06:18 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:06:18 PM
981 Drone Image 5 Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:07:16 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:07:16 PM
982 Oysters Drone footage Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:08:00 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:29:29 PM
983 Drone Image 6 Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:11:22 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
984 Drone Image 7 Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:12:43 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
985 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:11 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
986 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:12 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
987 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:14 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
988 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:15 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
989 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:17 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
990 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:18 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
991 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:20 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
992 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:21 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
993 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:23 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
994 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:24 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
995 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:26 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
996 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:27 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
997 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:28 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
998 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:30 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
999 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:31 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
1000 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:33 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
1001 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:35 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:44 PM
1002 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:37 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1003 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:38 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1004 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:40 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1005 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:41 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1006 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:43 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1007 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:44 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1008 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:46 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1009 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:48 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1010 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:49 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1011 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:50 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1012 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:52 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1013 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:53 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1014 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:55 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1015 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:56 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1016 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:58 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1017 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:18:59 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1018 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:19:00 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:27:43 PM
1019 Drone Image Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:19:02 PM Tuesday 26th of January 2021 05:28:33 PM
1020 Papa Westray 3 Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 11:14:42 AM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 11:14:42 AM
1021 Papa Westray 4 Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 11:17:43 AM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 11:17:43 AM
1022 Hackle - Blue Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 02:42:42 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 02:42:42 PM
1023 Hackle - Blue One of the Original Royal blue hackles issued to the 1st Camerons in early 1940 on the orders of HM King George VI, Colonel in Chief of the Regiment, after he had inspected the battalion in the field in France on 5 December 1939 Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 02:45:26 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 02:48:40 PM
1024 Folding Knife Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 02:52:41 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 02:52:41 PM
1025 Pocket Knife Belonged to Captain WKR Murray of the 4th BN Cameron Highlanders, captured at St Valery Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 02:53:41 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:18:11 PM
1026 Revolver Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:05:25 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:05:25 PM
1027 Revolver Belongs to LT Col Miers Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:05:56 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:05:56 PM
1028 Cigarette Lighter Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:13:04 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:13:04 PM
1029 Image of Cigarette Lighter Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:13:54 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:15:01 PM
1030 Cigarette Lighter With bullet embedded in side. Cigrette lighter owned by Pte Tommy Fraser when serving with the 1st Camerons in France in 1940. Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:14:29 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:15:24 PM
1031 Image of Regimental cane Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:20:39 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:22:02 PM
1032 Regimental cane Regimental can carried by an officer of the Seaforth Highlanders, picked up on the battlefield of El Alamein, 1943. Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:21:12 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:28:52 PM
1033 Image of Silver Box Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:31:59 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:31:59 PM
1034 Cigarette box (Silver) A silver box with signatures on it. Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:32:42 PM Tuesday 02nd of March 2021 03:36:06 PM