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20091002Flood 7PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie. Sandbags at the entrance to the Co-Op store on the towns High Street after the burn alongside burst its banks . 
 Keywords: Angus, 2009, Carnoustie flooding

Industry and Commerce > Agriculture Fisheries and Food (1 file)

100 0028 
 Burning off the last crop at a field near Inverkeilor, Angus. 
 Keywords: burn, farm, crop, fire stubble

Industry and Commerce > Agriculture Fisheries and Food > Arbroath Smokies (3 files)

Images of Arbroath smokies and their manufacture and marketing
8194988 
 Arbroath Smokies....Haddocks being tied together before being hung and smoked in a wood burning kiln.
The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: smokie, Arbroath, haddock, fish, delicacy, hang, cook, food, smoke, tie, string, twine, fingers, hands
8194997 
 Arbroath Smokies....Haddocks being tied together before being hung and smoked in a wood burning kiln.
The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: smokie, Arbroath, haddock, fish, delicacy, hang, cook, food, smoke, tie, string, twine, fingers, hands
8195001 
 Arbroath Smokies....Haddocks tied together before being hung and smoked in a wood burning kiln.
The Arbroath smokie, a world renowned delicacy, is haddock smoked over woodchips by a method originating in the nearby village of authmithie.
Local legend has it that a store caught fire one night, destroying barrels of Haddock preserved in salt. The following morning, the people of Auchmithie came to clean up the ruin and found some of the barrels had caught fire, cooking the Haddock inside. Further inspections revealed the Haddock was edible and quite tasty. 
 Keywords: smokie, Arbroath, haddock, fish, delicacy, hang, cook, food, smoke, tie, string, twine, fingers, hands

GV General Views > Marine and Coastal (7 files)

Images at sea and on the coastal fringe including harbours. Fishing images are under industry
20140409HerculesLinton 1PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 2PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 3PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 4PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 5PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 6PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
7245260 
 Sandend, Banffshire. An open boat up on the net drying green at the harbour.

Undiscovered Scotland says, "Sandend is perhaps the smallest of the many old fishing fishing villages scattered along the north-facing coasts of Moray and Aberdeenshire. It is also one of the most attractive.

The village lies just three miles east of Cullen on the west side of the Scattery Burn as it flows into the Moray Firth at the west end of the expanse of sand lining Sandend Bay." 
 Keywords: boat, drying, green, net,

GV General Views > Rural and Scenic views (3 files)

Calendar and postcard type images mainly of the countryside. Some farming pictures, but most are in industry
8195318 
 Burning off the last crop at a field near Inverkeilor, Angus 
 Keywords: burn, burning, farm, field, crop, fire
8605205 
 Melgam Water and woodland, Loups of Kenny, Angus, Scotland.
A river of W Angus, formed of two parts, the Melgam Water is a continuation of the Back Water which issues from the Backwater Reservoir. It becomes the Melgam Water at Dykend and flows southeast to enter the Loch of Lintrathen after 2 miles (3 km). It leaves the loch and flows southeast through Bridgend of Lintrathen. It then turns south and finally southwest at Kenny, receiving the Cromie Burn. Three miles (5 km) after leaving the loch the Melgam Water joins the River Isla near Airlie Castle. The Loups of Kenny are the better known of three sets of waterfalls on the lower stretch of this river.
 Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: melgam, water, loups, kenny, backwater, reservoir, dykend
8605239 
 A river of Angus and Perth and Kinross, the River isla rises in the southern Grampians on the border between Angus and Aberdeenshire. Its headstreams, the Caenlochan and Canness Burns, flow down from the 1064-m (3491-feet) Cairn of Claise and on its course southwards to the valley of Strathmore it is joined by the Newton Burn, the Burn of Kilry, the Cromie Burn, the Dean Water and the Burn of Alyth. Before it meets the River Tay near Cargill, the Isla is joined by the Ericht to the north east of Coupar Angus and by the Lunan Burn to the east of Meikleour. Its total length through Glen Isla and Strathmore is 46 miles (74 km). Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: river, isla, reekie, linn, angus, tay

GV General Views > Buildings and Urban Views (27 files)

Images made in towns and cities and images of specific buildings
14933112 
 Arbroath Library and Robert Burns Satue at sunset.
The Library holds public records and other material going back to the 8th century and Robert Burns is regarded as Scotland's national Poet 
 Keywords: Angus, Pictures, Paul, Reid, 2008, Arbroath, library, study, Robert, Burns, poet, poetry, book, building, historic
14933112 
 Arbroath Library and Robert Burns Satue at sunset.
The Library holds public records and other material going back to the 8th century and Robert Burns is regarded as Scotland's national Poet 
 Keywords: Arbroath, library, study, Robert, Burns, poet, poetry, book, building, historic
200080229Arbroath1PR 
 Arbroath Library and Robert Burns Satue at sunset 
 Keywords: Angus, Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2008, Arbroath, library, study, Robert Burns, Burns, poet, poetry, book, building, historic
20080205House1PR 
 House in Arbroath's Ladybridge Street painted to appear burned out 
 Keywords: house, paint, fun, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, derelict, Graffitti
20080205House2PR 
 House in Arbroath's Ladybridge Street painted to appear burned out 
 Keywords: house, paint, fun, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, derelict, Graffitti
20080205House3PR 
 House in Arbroath's Ladybridge Street painted to appear burned out 
 Keywords: house, home, paint, fun, humour, couple, elderly, housing, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, ruin, decay, deralict, Graffitti
20080205House5PR 
 House in Arbroath's Ladybridge Street painted to appear burned out 
 Keywords: house, paint, fun, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, derelict, Graffitti
20091002Flood 1PR 
 Flooding at Carnousties famous championship course. Employees try their best to clean up the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 2PR 
 Flooding at Carnousties famous championship course. Employees L to R: Craig Boath, Kevin Stott and Stuart Griffiths during clean up of the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 3PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. Employees try their best to clean up the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 4PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. The bunker at the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 5PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. Employees L to R: Craig Boath, Kevin Stott and Stuart Griffiths during clean up of the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 6PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. Employees L to R: Craig Boath, Kevin Stott and Stuart Griffiths during clean up of the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20110908Burns 10aPR 
 $ Sunnyside Hospital, Hillside near Montrose 
 Keywords: Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital,
20110908Burns 13aPR

$ Sunnyside Hospital Montrose Angus recreation ground pavilion 
 Keywords: Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital, recreation ground pavilion
20120115Glasgow 3PR 
 $ The Glasgow Necropolis, a Victorian cemetery with over 50,000 people buried in over 3500 tombs on a hill next to Glasgow Cathedral.
Statue of Ayrshire born Charles Tennant(left), friend of Robert Burns and owner of the St Rollox Chemical Works in Glasgow who died in 1838 
 Keywords: Glasgow, Necroplis, graveyard, burial, dead, statue, Charles Tennant, St Rollox, chemical
20120115Glasgow 8PR 
 $ The Glasgow Necropolis, a Victorian cemetery with over 50,000 people buried in over 3500 tombs on a hill next to Glasgow Cathedral.
Statue of Ayrshire born Charles Tennant, friend of Robert Burns and owner of the St Rollox Chemical Works in Glasgow who died in 1838 
 Keywords: Glasgow, Necroplis, graveyard, burial, dead, statue, Charles Tennant, St Rollox, chemical
20140409HerculesLinton 1PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 2PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 3PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 4PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 5PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20140409HerculesLinton 6PR 
 A full scale carved timber replica of the figurehead from the renowned tea clipper "the Cutty Sark" carved from Linton's original drawings 3 metres tall. with a black granite plaque engraved with the image of the ship. The figurehead depicts the young witch in Robert Burns' poem "Tam O Shanter" grasping the tail of Tam's mare, her right breast bared. In the Scot's language 'cutty sark' means a short shirt or shift, it is interesting that despite that fact and the otherwise erotic nature of the figure, the carving is actually wearing quite a long shift.
 Hercules Linton the designer of the 'Cutty Sark' was born in Inverbervie in 1837, the ship was built in Dumbarton by the firm Scott and Linton in 1869 and is now kept at Greenwich. (recently damaged by fire 2007). This memorial dedicated by the people of Inverbervie on 11th July 1997 replaces one unveiled by Sir Francis Chichester in 1969 (created by Scott Sutherland 1910 - 1984). Linton died in 1900 in the same house as he was born in and is buried in Inverbervie kirkyard.
....pic Paul Reid/Angus Pictures 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Hercules Linton, Cutty sark, Tam O Shanter, Robert Burns, statue, carving, wood, Inverbervie, Kincardineshire, Scot, Scottish, Scott Sutherland
20141125East Haven Rail Hut 1PR 
 Old railway linesmans hut and land for sale ...transport literally at your back door............The hut is situated at the ancient fishing village of East haven between Arbroath and Carnoustie. The hamlet historically consisted of two rows of cottages Long Row and Shore Row the latter being cut off from the sea when the railway line was built in between the two. The Arbroath to Dundee railway opened the station at East Haven in 1838 and closed it in in 1967. East Haven is one of the earliest recorded fishing communities in Scotland dating back to 1214. 
The hut and land owned by Carnoustie man Ian Burns are for sale for £8000. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2014, East Have, rail, railway, linesman, accomodation, sale, coast, Arbroath, Dundee, carnoustie, hut, building, land, property
20141125East Haven Rail Hut PR-5 
 Old railway linesmans hut and land for sale ...transport literally at your back door............The hut is situated at the ancient fishing village of East haven between Arbroath and Carnoustie. The hamlet historically consisted of two rows of cottages Long Row and Shore Row the latter being cut off from the sea when the railway line was built in between the two. The Arbroath to Dundee railway opened the station at East Haven in 1838 and closed it in in 1967. East Haven is one of the earliest recorded fishing communities in Scotland dating back to 1214. 
The hut and land owned by Carnoustie man Ian Burns are for sale for £8000. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2014, East Have, rail, railway, linesman, accomodation, sale, coast, Arbroath, Dundee, carnoustie, hut, building, land, property
8788416 
 The oldest part of the cathedral is the Pictish round tower which is about 1,000 years old. The cathedral underwent major renovations in 1900-1901 and was restored to its medieval proportions. Many of the stained glass windows were reinstated over the next century. It provides a wonderful chronology of this art form in the 20 th century . The glorious windows range from designs by Edward Burne-Jones to modern artists such as William Wilson. 
 Keywords: Angus Brechin cathederal round tower
8788423 
 The oldest part of the cathedral is the Pictish round tower which is about 1,000 years old. The cathedral underwent major renovations in 1900-1901 and was restored to its medieval proportions. Many of the stained glass windows were reinstated over the next century. It provides a wonderful chronology of this art form in the 20 th century . The glorious windows range from designs by Edward Burne-Jones to modern artists such as William Wilson. 
 Keywords: Angus Brechin cathederal tower round

Arts and Entertainment (2 files)

All aspects of the arts and the entertainment industry
20110908Burns 11aPR 
 Robert Burns Plaque in Hillside near Montrose...mystery of sculptor finally solved.
A Shetlander Adam Christie who was being treated for a long term mental illness at Sunnside Hosptal at Hillside near Montrose carved the stone to commemorate Robert Burns vist to see relatives and friends of his father William Burnes who was a native of Kincardineshire.
Robert Burns stopped off at Hillside to water his horse.

Gv of Sunnyside Hospital

....Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures...see story Scottish News Agency 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2011, Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital, Adam Christie, artist, patient, Robert Burns, Stone, wall, hospital
20110908Burns 12aPR 
 Robert Burns Plaque in Hillside near Montrose...mystery of sculptor finally solved.
A Shetlander Adam Christie who was being treated for a long term mental illness at Sunnside Hosptal at Hillside near Montrose carved the stone to commemorate Robert Burns vist to see relatives and friends of his father William Burnes who was a native of Kincardineshire.
Robert Burns stopped off at Hillside to water his horse.

Sign at entrance to Sunnyside Hospital

....Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures...see story Scottish News Agency 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, 2011, Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital, Adam Christie, artist, patient, Robert Burns, Stone, wall

Arts and Entertainment > Literature and Visual Arts (16 files)

Artists, authors, painting, sculpture, exhibitions, antiques, books, poetry and libraries
20100122Hewitts 1PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Chirch William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 2PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Church William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 3PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Chirch William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 4PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Church William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 5PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Church William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 6PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Church William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20110908Burns 1aPR 
 $ The mystery of a Robert Burns Plaque in Hillside near Montrose has finally been solved. A Shetlander Adam Christie who was being treated for a long term mental illness at Sunnside Hosptal at Hillside near Montrose carved the stone to commemorate Robert Burns vist to see relatives and friends of his father William Burnes who was a native of Kincardineshire. Robert Burns stopped off at Hillside to water his horse. 
 Keywords: Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital, Adam Christie, artist, patient, Robert Burns, Stone, William Burnes
20110908Burns 2aPR 
 $ The mystery of a Robert Burns Plaque in Hillside near Montrose has finally been solved. A Shetlander Adam Christie who was being treated for a long term mental illness at Sunnside Hosptal at Hillside near Montrose carved the stone to commemorate Robert Burns vist to see relatives and friends of his father William Burnes who was a native of Kincardineshire. Robert Burns stopped off at Hillside to water his horse. 
 Keywords: Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital, Adam Christie, artist, patient, Robert Burns, Stone, William Burnes
20110908Burns 3aPR 
 $ The mystery of a Robert Burns Plaque in Hillside near Montrose has finally been solved. A Shetlander Adam Christie who was being treated for a long term mental illness at Sunnside Hosptal at Hillside near Montrose carved the stone to commemorate Robert Burns vist to see relatives and friends of his father William Burnes who was a native of Kincardineshire. Robert Burns stopped off at Hillside to water his horse. 
 Keywords: Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital, Adam Christie, artist, patient, Robert Burns, Stone, William Burnes
20110908Burns 4aPR 
 $ Robert Burns Plaque in Hillside near Montrose. A commemorative service attended to by various Burns Club members takes place at the location. 
A Shetlander Adam Christie who was being treated for a long term mental illness at Sunnside Hosptal at Hillside near Montrose carved the stone to commemorate Robert Burns vist to see relatives and friends of his father William Burnes who was a native of Kincardineshire. Robert Burns stopped off at Hillside to water his horse. Pic shows the plaque(left) and Dave Ramsay who was Project officer for the Father of the Bard who wrote a song about about the sculptor Adam Christie and will be playing at the ceremony. 
 Keywords: Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital, Adam Christie, artist, patient, Robert Burns, Stone, William Burnes
20110908Burns 5aPR 
 $ Robert Burns Plaque in Hillside near Montrose. A commemorative service attended to by various Burns Club members takes place at the location. 
A Shetlander Adam Christie who was being treated for a long term mental illness at Sunnside Hosptal at Hillside near Montrose carved the stone to commemorate Robert Burns vist to see relatives and friends of his father William Burnes who was a native of Kincardineshire. Robert Burns stopped off at Hillside to water his horse. Pic shows the plaque(left) and Dave Ramsay who was Project officer for the Father of the Bard who wrote a song about about the sculptor Adam Christie and will be playing at the ceremony. 
 Keywords: Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital, Adam Christie, artist, patient, Robert Burns, Stone, William Burnes
20110908Burns 6aPR 
 $ Robert Burns Plaque in Hillside near Montrose. A commemorative service attended to by various Burns Club members takes place at the location. 
A Shetlander Adam Christie who was being treated for a long term mental illness at Sunnside Hosptal at Hillside near Montrose carved the stone to commemorate Robert Burns vist to see relatives and friends of his father William Burnes who was a native of Kincardineshire. Robert Burns stopped off at Hillside to water his horse. Pic shows the plaque(left) and Dave Ramsay who was Project officer for the Father of the Bard who wrote a song about about the sculptor Adam Christie and will be playing at the ceremony. 
 Keywords: Angus, Hillside, Montrose, Sunnyside Hospital, Adam Christie, artist, patient, Robert Burns, Stone, William Burnes
8620337 
 Rob Roy statue at Peterculter, Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.The 4th statue of Rob Roy since 1850, on rocks overlooking Culter Burn.
Rob Roy McGregor was a Highland Hero and loveable rogue, though others would have called him a thief and cattle rustler. He was born in 1670 and died in 1734. His trade in adult life was as a cattle owner and herdsman and he was an accomplished swordsman. During the uprising of 1715 he led his Clan to fight for the Jacobites. For this he was charged with treason and had to become an outlaw. Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: Rob Roy, sword, swordsman, statue, Peterculter, Aberdeenshire, Culter Burn, Scotland, kilt, herdsman,
8620339 
 Rob Roy statue at Peterculter, Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.The 4th wooden statue of Rob Roy since 1850, on rocks overlooking Culter Burn.
Rob Roy McGregor was a Highland Hero and loveable rogue, though others would have called him a thief and cattle rustler. He was born in 1670 and died in 1734. His trade in adult life was as a cattle owner and herdsman and he was an accomplished swordsman. During the uprising of 1715 he led his Clan to fight for the Jacobites. For this he was charged with treason and had to become an outlaw. Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: Rob Roy, sword, swordsman, statue, Peterculter, Aberdeenshire, Culter Burn, Scotland, kilt, herdsman,
8620340 
 Rob Roy statue at Peterculter, Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.The 4th statue of Rob Roy since 1850, on rocks overlooking Culter Burn.
Rob Roy McGregor was a Highland Hero and loveable rogue, though others would have called him a thief and cattle rustler. He was born in 1670 and died in 1734. His trade in adult life was as a cattle owner and herdsman and he was an accomplished swordsman. During the uprising of 1715 he led his Clan to fight for the Jacobites. For this he was charged with treason and had to become an outlaw. Photo Ian Paterson 
 Keywords: Rob Roy, sword, swordsman, statue, Peterculter, Aberdeenshire, Culter Burn, Scotland, kilt, herdsman,
Meffan 6PR 
 Witch burning Museum display at the Meffan Gallery in Forfar. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Angus, 2010, Forfar, Meffan, witch, museum

Royalty, Politicians, Officials and notable people (6 files)

Persons in the public eye other than sportsmen and entertainment industry
20100122Hewitts 1PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Chirch William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 2PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Church William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 3PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Chirch William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 4PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Church William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 5PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Church William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,
20100122Hewitts 6PR 
 The Right Rev William Hewitts, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, toasting the Immortal Memory of Robert Burns at Fintry Church in Dundee. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, 2010, moderator, Church William Hewitts, Robert Burns, Immortal, memory,

Sport not football (13 files)

Sport and recreation
20091002Flood 1PR 
 Flooding at Carnousties famous championship course. Employees try their best to clean up the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 1PR 
 Flooding at Carnousties famous championship course. Employees try their best to clean up the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 2PR 
 Flooding at Carnousties famous championship course. Employees L to R: Craig Boath, Kevin Stott and Stuart Griffiths during clean up of the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 2PR 
 Flooding at Carnousties famous championship course. Employees L to R: Craig Boath, Kevin Stott and Stuart Griffiths during clean up of the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 3PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. Employees try their best to clean up the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 3PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. Employees try their best to clean up the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 4PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. The bunker at the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 4PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. The bunker at the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 5PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. Employees L to R: Craig Boath, Kevin Stott and Stuart Griffiths during clean up of the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 5PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. Employees L to R: Craig Boath, Kevin Stott and Stuart Griffiths during clean up of the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 6PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. Employees L to R: Craig Boath, Kevin Stott and Stuart Griffiths during clean up of the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20091002Flood 6PR 
 Flooding at Carnoustie's famous championship course. Employees L to R: Craig Boath, Kevin Stott and Stuart Griffiths during clean up of the approach to the 18th green after its famous burn burst its banks. 
 Keywords: Paul Reid, Angus Pictures, Scotland, Angus, 2009, Carnoustie, golf, flood, burn, championship, course
20100416Carnoustie1PR 
 Ground staff burn gorse at Carnousties championship golf course

Pic shows Graham Duncan of the Carnoustie Golf Links Management Committee at one of the affected areas on the course 
 Keywords: Carnoustie, golf, fire, gorse

Arbroath (3 files)

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 $ Tourists looking across the Brothock Burn to a smoke house by Arbroath Harbour 
 Keywords: arbroath smoke house smokie
200080229Arbroath1PR 
 Arbroath Library and Robert Burns Satue at sunset 
 Keywords: Angus Paul Reid, 2008, Arbroath, library, Robert Burns
200080229Arbroath1PR 
 Arbroath Library and Robert Burns Satue at sunset 
 Keywords: Angus, Angus Pictures, Paul Reid, 2008, Arbroath, library, study, Robert Burns, Burns, poet, poetry, book, building, historic

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