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20050302BannockburnPR 
 Statue at Bannockburn battlefield near Stirling. 
 Keywords: Stirling, Bannockburn, Statue, Scotland battlefield war independence robert bruce
20140622ForfarGala 21PR 
 Forfar Gala day...Three year old Lizabet Eggleton-Hunter from Forfar in her little fire engine belonging with Bruce Rae in his grown up truck a 1925 Austin Clifton 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Forfar Gala day, Forfar, festival, event, fun

GV General Views > Marine and Coastal (1 file)

Images at sea and on the coastal fringe including harbours. Fishing images are under industry
7247003 
 Cullen is a picturesque town and former royal burgh in Moray, Scotland, on the North Sea coast 20 miles east of Elgin. The village has a population of 1,327 (2001). The heart of Robert the Bruce is said to be buried in its old kirk (church), which also contains many Templar graves, distinguished by distinctive skull and crossbones motif. The village is also famous for Cullen Skink, a traditional soup made from smoked haddock, as well as its four ex-railway viaducts, which are now part of the national cycle network. 
 Keywords: beach moray, firth, railway, cullen viaduct, railway, sea

GV General Views > Rural and Scenic views (2 files)

Calendar and postcard type images mainly of the countryside. Some farming pictures, but most are in industry
7245162 
 A tourist photographing a Robert the Bruce Statue at Stirling Castle with the Wallace Monument in the distance and the southern end of the Grampian Mountains in the background.
Stirling was a strategic "choke point" in the wars of independence of the 13th and 14th centuries being one of the few places that the River Forth could be crossed. The two great Scottish heros are commorated at and near Stirling Castle 
 Keywords: Stirling, Castle, statue, Robert the Bruce, William Wallace, photograph, tourist, grampian, forth
7245354 
 Bannockburn near Stirling. A statue of the King at the site of the 1314 battle between King Robert of Scotland and Edward II of England.

The battle of Bannockburn was undoubtedly of one of the most spectacular battles of the Scottish Wars of Independence. Although the struggle against the English was to continue for some 13 years more, the Scottish victory was of enormous importance as it secured the future of the throne for Robert Bruce, King of Scots. 
 Keywords: Stirling, Bannockburn, Statue, Sculpture, History, Scotland, battle, king, robert

GV General Views > Buildings and Urban Views (3 files)

Images made in towns and cities and images of specific buildings
7456841 
 Fyvie Castle and gardens, Fyvie, Aberdeenshire. Pruning young trees.

Fyvie Castle is one of Scotland?s great baronial fortress palaces. Fyvie dates back to the 13th century when it was a royal stronghold. Both William the Lyon and Alexander II held court here, and Edward I of England and Robert the Bruce were both visitors. 
 Keywords: fyvie, castle, garden, pruning, trees
7456850 
 Fyvie Castle and gardens, Fyvie, Aberdeenshire.

"Fyvie Castle is one of Scotland?s great baronial fortress palaces. Fyvie dates back to the 13th century when it was a royal stronghold. Both William the Lyon and Alexander II held court here, and Edward I of England and Robert the Bruce were both visitors." 
 Keywords: fyvie, castle, gardens, aberdeenshire, national, trust, scotland
7456850 
 Fyvie Castle and gardens, Fyvie, Aberdeenshire.

"Fyvie Castle is one of Scotland?s great baronial fortress palaces. Fyvie dates back to the 13th century when it was a royal stronghold. Both William the Lyon and Alexander II held court here, and Edward I of England and Robert the Bruce were both visitors." 
 Keywords: fyvie, castle, gardens, aberdeenshire, national, trust, scotland

Arts and Entertainment (1 file)

All aspects of the arts and the entertainment industry
20121108ScottWilson22PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows sculptor Bruce Walker 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen

Arts and Entertainment > Literature and Visual Arts (1 file)

Artists, authors, painting, sculpture, exhibitions, antiques, books, poetry and libraries
8729026 
 Angus Council's Angus Archives opening at Restenneth Library at Restenneth Priory near Forfar. Bruce & Jeudi Hunter pictured with Angus Councillor Joy Mowatt (left) & a portrait of Bruce's Uncle and founder of the library George Graham Guthrie Hunter.

The ancient priory church at Restenneth, by Forfar, is believed to have been founded by Nechtan, king of the Picts about 715. 
After many years being used as a cattlefold in the 19th century, the priory church was given into the care of Historic Scotland's forerunner in 1919. In 2005 Angus Archives relocated to the site, once more giving Restenneth a prominent part to play in the heritage of the area. 
 Keywords: Angus, archives, Restenneth, Priory, George, Graham, Guthrie, Hunter. Nechtan, King, Picts

Royalty, Politicians, Officials and notable people (24 files)

Persons in the public eye other than sportsmen and entertainment industry
20121108ScottWilson10PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Bruce Walker working on the memorial 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson11PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows a section of the memorial 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson12PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Bruce Walker working on the memorial 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson13PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Bruce Walker working on the memorial 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson14PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Bruce Walker working on the memorial 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson15PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Bruce Walker's drawing of Wilson in the sculptor's workshop. 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson15sPR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic show Dr Edward Wilson during the expedition 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson16PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Bruce Walker's drawing of Scott in the sculptor's workshop during progress 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson17PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows reference material lying in thesculptor's workshop of Edward Wilson including an image of his horse with a pleated main replicated in the memorial. 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson18PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Dr Edward Wilson, Capt Robert Falcon Scott, Petty Officer Edgar Evans, Capt Titus Oates, and Lieut Henry Bowers during the expedition 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson19PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Pic from the British Antarctic Expedition 1910-1912. The image shows Wilson, Scott and Oates (standing); and Bowers and Evans (sitting) at the South Pole 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson1PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died on their return from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows the unveiling with Blade the Husky who was used as a model by the sculptor Bruce Walker and features on the side of the sculpture.

pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures....see story Wendy Glass 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson20PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Dr Edward Wilson 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson21PR 
 $ New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Capt Robert Falcon Scott 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson23PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died on their return from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Bruce Walker in his Kirriemuir shop with another smaller sculpture made from granite chosen from the same quarry and at the same time as the large piece of granite chosen for the Scott Wilson memorial. 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson2PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died on their return from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows the unveiling with Blade the Husky who was used as a model by the sculptor Bruce Walker and features on the side of the sculpture.

pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures....see story Wendy Glass 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson3PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Bruce Walker in front of the memorial 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson4PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

L to R David Wilson Bruce Walker and Falcon Scott 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson5PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Bruce Walker 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson6PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Falcon Scott and David Wilson 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson7PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson. 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson8PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died returning from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows Falcon Scott and David Wilson 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilson9PR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died during their return from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson. 
 Keywords: Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2012, Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, explorer, research, Antartic, 1912, memorial, sculpture, granite, Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, South Pole, Glen Prosen
20121108ScottWilsonPR 
 New memorial to the heroic leaders of the Terra Nova Antarctic expedition at Glen Prosen, Angus.

The magnificent granite sculpture honouring Captain Robert Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Adrian Wilson was unveiled 100 years after the two men died on their return from their unsuccessful race to the South Pole in 1912 after the Norwegian party had reached there first. The monument by Aberdeenshire born sculptor Bruce Walker is thought to be the first honouring both men.

The sculpture was unveiled by Robert Falcon Scott's grandson Falcon Scott and Dr Edward Wilson's great nephew David Wilson.

Pic shows the unveiling with Blade the Husky who was used as a model by the sculptor Bruce Walker and features on the side of the sculpture. 
 Keywords: Robert Falcon Scott, Dr Edward Adrian Wilson, Antarctic, 1912, sculpture Bruce Walker, Kirriemuir, Glen Prosen

Sport football (5 files)

Scottish Football
20180805AberdeenPR16 
 Aberdeen vs Rangers
Goal 1-1...Aberdeen's Bruce Anderson scores the equaliser in injury time
Pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Aberdeen;Rangers;2018;Scotland;Bruce Anderson;goal;scorer;Dons;
20180805AberdeenPR17 
 Aberdeen vs Rangers
Goal 1-1...Aberdeen's Bruce Anderson celebrates scoring the equaliser in injury time
Pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Aberdeen;Rangers;2018;Scotland;Bruce Anderson;goal;scorer;Dons;goal;scorer;celebration
20180805AberdeenPR19 
 Aberdeen vs Rangers
Goal 1-1...Aberdeen's Bruce Anderson celebrates scoring the equaliser in injury time
Pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Aberdeen;Rangers;2018;Scotland;Bruce Anderson;goal;scorer;Dons;goal;scorer;celebration
20180805AberdeenPR22 
 Aberdeen vs Rangers
Goal 1-1...Aberdeen's Bruce Anderson celebrates scoring the equaliser in injury time with Gary Mackay-Steven
Pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Aberdeen;Rangers;2018;Scotland;Bruce Anderson;goal;scorer;Dons;goal;scorer;celebration
20180805AberdeenPR23 
 Aberdeen vs Rangers
Goal 1-1...Aberdeen's Bruce Anderson celebrates scoring the equaliser in injury time
Pic Paul Reid 
 Keywords: Aberdeen;Rangers;2018;Scotland;Bruce Anderson;goal;scorer;Dons;goal;scorer;celebration

Sport not football (1 file)

Sport and recreation
20040318 Kingennie 1631PR 
 Scottish National Angling Programme (SNAP) launch at Kingennie Fishery, Monifieth,Angus. 15 year olds Johnathan Bruce(right) and Darren Robb both from Forfar fishing at Kingennie. 
 Keywords: angling, Scotland, Angus, Monifieth, Kingenny, SNAP, loch, fishery

Arbroath (3 files)

20011016Arbroath 1PR 
 Robert the Bruce & Bernard de Linton arrive wrapped in Arbroath a week before the unveiling of the statue 
 Keywords: declaration Arbroath hidden sculpture independence Robert Bruce Bernard Linton
20040414Arbroath1PR 
 Declarartion of Independence statue at the approach to Arbroath, Angus, Scotland 
 Keywords: Arbroath declaration independence statue Robert Bruce Bernard de Linton
7456639 
 Declaration of Independence statue at Arbroath shows King Robert I (the Bruce) and Archbishop de Linton holding aloft the document 
 Keywords: scotland, abbey, pageant, 1320, king, robert, archbishop, de linton, arbroath, declaration, independence

Arbroath > Declaration of Arbroath, Abbey and Pagent (21 files)

Images of the Abbey and relating to the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320 and the Pagent
100 0008 PR 
 Arbroath Abbey Pageant Society at Arbroath Abbey on Tartan Day 
 Keywords: Arbroath, Abbey, Robert Bruce, Tartan Day, Declaration, Indepenence
200090406Tartan 10PR 
 The former senator regarded as a founding father of Tartan Day in the United States has witnessed how the event is celebrated in Scotland.

In 1998 Trent Lott proposed US Senate resolution 155 - introducing a Tartan Day to the US on 6 April every year.

The date marks the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320, which urged the Pope to recognise Scotland's independence.

Mr Lott watched a re-enactment of the signing at Arbroath Abbey.

Pic shows Robert the Bruce played by Lawrence Tait arriving at Arbroath Abbey 
 Keywords: Scotland, Arbroath, day, event, Abbey, historic, independence tartan senator trent lott
200090406Tartan 3PR 
 The former senator regarded as a founding father of Tartan Day in the United States has witnessed how the event is celebrated in Scotland.

In 1998 Trent Lott proposed US Senate resolution 155 - introducing a Tartan Day to the US on 6 April every year.

The date marks the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320, which urged the Pope to recognise Scotland's independence.

Mr Lott watched a re-enactment of the signing at Arbroath Abbey.

Pic shows Mr Lott(right) with Robert the Bruce played by Lawrence Tait at Arbroath Abbey 
 Keywords: Scotland, Arbroath, day, event, Abbey, historic, independence tartan senator trent lott
200090406Tartan 4PR 
 The former senator regarded as a founding father of Tartan Day in the United States has witnessed how the event is celebrated in Scotland.

In 1998 Trent Lott proposed US Senate resolution 155 - introducing a Tartan Day to the US on 6 April every year.

The date marks the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320, which urged the Pope to recognise Scotland's independence.

Mr Lott watched a re-enactment of the signing at Arbroath Abbey.

Pic shows Mr Lott(right) with Robert The Bruce played by Lawrence Tait at Arbroath Abbey 
 Keywords: Scotland, Arbroath, day, event, Abbey, historic, independence tartan senator trent lott
200090406Tartan 5PR 
 The former senator regarded as a founding father of Tartan Day in the United States has witnessed how the event is celebrated in Scotland.

In 1998 Trent Lott proposed US Senate resolution 155 - introducing a Tartan Day to the US on 6 April every year.

The date marks the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320, which urged the Pope to recognise Scotland's independence.

Mr Lott watched a re-enactment of the signing at Arbroath Abbey.

Pic shows Mr Lott(right) with Robert the Bruce played by Lawrence Tait at Arbroath Abbey 
 Keywords: Scotland, Arbroath, day, event, Abbey, historic, independence tartan senator trent lott
200090406Tartan 6PR 
 The former senator regarded as a founding father of Tartan Day in the United States has witnessed how the event is celebrated in Scotland.

In 1998 Trent Lott proposed US Senate resolution 155 - introducing a Tartan Day to the US on 6 April every year.

The date marks the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320, which urged the Pope to recognise Scotland's independence.

Mr Lott watched a re-enactment of the signing at Arbroath Abbey.

Pic shows the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath at Arbroath Abbey as Bernard De Linton shows the document to Robert the Bruce for approval 
 Keywords: Scotland, Arbroath, day, event, Abbey, historic, independence tartan senator trent lott
200090406Tartan 9PR 
 The former senator regarded as a founding father of Tartan Day in the United States has witnessed how the event is celebrated in Scotland.

In 1998 Trent Lott proposed US Senate resolution 155 - introducing a Tartan Day to the US on 6 April every year.

The date marks the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320, which urged the Pope to recognise Scotland's independence.

Mr Lott watched a re-enactment of the signing at Arbroath Abbey.

Pic shows Robert the Bruce played by Lawrence Tait on his way to the Abbey 
 Keywords: Scotland, Arbroath, day, event, Abbey, historic, independence tartan senator trent lott
20040414Arbroath1PR 
 Declarartion of Independence statue at the entrance to Arbroath depicts King Robert (the Bruce) and Archbishop de Linton holding aloft the Declaration 
 Keywords: Arbroath, Angus, declaration, independence, statue, Robert the Bruce, Bernard de Linton,
436T3510ArbroathPR 
 A statue at the entrance to the town celebrates the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320 depicting King Robert (the Bruce) and Archbishop Bernard de Linton holding the declaration aloft 
 Keywords: Arbroath, Angus, Statue, Declaration, Independence, Robert Bruce Bernard Linton 1320
436T3540ArbroathPR 
 A statue at the entrance to the town celebrates the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320 depicting King Robert (the Bruce) and Archbishop Bernard de Linton holding the declaration aloft 
 Keywords: Arbroath, Angus, Statue, Declaration, Independence, Robert Bruce Bernard Linton 1320
436T3557ArbroathPR 
 A statue at the entrance to the town celebrates the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320 depicting King Robert (the Bruce) and Archbishop Bernard de Linton holding the declaration aloft 
 Keywords: Arbroath, Angus, Statue, Declaration, Independence, Robert Bruce Bernard Linton 1320
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 A statue at the entrance to the town celebrates the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320 depicting King Robert (the Bruce) and Archbishop Bernard de Linton holding the declaration aloft 
 Keywords: Arbroath, Angus, Statue, Declaration, Independence, Robert Bruce Bernard Linton 1320
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 Declaration of Arbroath statue at the entrance to Arbroath, Angus. The statue depicts Archbishop De Linton and King Robert I holding the Declaration aloft.

The Declaration of Scottish independence was signed/sealed in Arbroath Abbey in 1320 and was addressed to the Pope 
 Keywords: Pageant, marching, Arbroath, Robert the Bruce, High Street, horse, crowds, processsion, declaration, independence
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 Declaration of Arbroath statue at the entrance to Arbroath, Angus. The statue depicts Archbishop De Linton and King Robert I holding the Declaration aloft.

The Declaration of Scottish independence was signed/sealed in Arbroath Abbey in 1320 and was addressed to the Pope 
 Keywords: Arbroath, Robert, Bruce, king, archbishop, de LInton, declaration, independence
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 Declaration of Arbroath statue at the entrance to Arbroath, Angus. The statue depicts Archbishop De Linton and King Robert I holding the Declaration aloft.

The Declaration of Scottish independence was signed/sealed in Arbroath Abbey in 1320 and was addressed to the Pope 
 Keywords: Arbroath, Robert, Bruce, king, archbishop, de LInton, declaration, independence
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 Declaration of Independence statue at the entrance to Arbroath depicting King Robert I (the Bruce) and Archbishop de Lindon holding the Declaration aloft 
 Keywords: Arbroath, Angus, declaration, independence, statue, Robert the Bruce, Bernard de Linton, Blue, sky, scroll, figure, sword, crook, king, bishop
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 Declaration of Independence statue at Arbroath shows King Robert I (the Bruce) and Archbishop de Linton holding aloft the document 
 Keywords: scotland, abbey, pageant, 1320, king, robert, archbishop, de linton, arbroath, declaration, independence
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 Declaration of Independence statue at Arbroath.

King Robert I and Archbishop Bernard de Linton hold up the Declaration of Arbroath 
 Keywords: Bruce, Pope, 1320, signed, sealed, Abbey, statue, independence, declaration, arbroath
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 Declaration of Arbroath statue. The bronze sculpture by renowned artist David Annand depicts Robert the Bruce and Bernard De Linton holding aloft the famous Declaration of Arbroath
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 Declaration of Arbroath statue. The bronze sculpture by renowned artist David Annand depicts Robert the Bruce and Bernard De Linton holding aloft the famous Declaration of Arbroath
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 Declaration of Arbroath statue. The bronze sculpture by renowned artist David Annand depicts Robert the Bruce and Bernard De Linton holding aloft the famous Declaration of Arbroath

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