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Bankfoot sawmill and livery
Looking down from the top pony field of bankfoot livery and sawmill on Ardgowan estate during the winter of 2000
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Ardgowan Livery and sawmill
Looking over the A78 Inverkip road down on the Livery and sawmill at Bankfoot early evening in the winter of 2000
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Looking over the old and new inverkip road
This image shows the track of the old inverkip road just the other side of the fence and just below it the new A78 in the winter of 2000
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Bankfoot Kip water
This image taken winter 2000 at bankfoot near inverkip looking towards the small bridge at the stables that crosses over the river kip
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Kip water
The river kip looking from the bridge at bankfoot in winter of 2000 the river froze over completely during this bad winter where temperatures dropped to -27C and never got above -10C for weeks
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Kip water in winter
Looking west from the south bank of Kip water just past the bridge at Atdgowan taken in the winter of 2000 late evening
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Bridge over Kip water
This image was taken in the winter of 2000 from a few yards to the NE of the wooden bridge showing the old road to the left as well
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Bankfoot and kip water
The river kip at one time powered the sawmill just out the picture to the right this image was taken in the very cold winter of 2000 looking west into the setting sun
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Bankfoot woods
In the woods to the left of this image their has being several reports of big cat sightings over the years. This image was taken in the very cold winter of 2000
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Alnwick Castle dafodills
Alnwick castle in Northumberland is host to one of the Uk's finest collection of daffodils also home to the duke and duchess of Northumberland. this image was taken Easter 1011 showing the approaches to the castle
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Alnwick Castle
Alnwick Castle offers history on a grand scale; it is one of the largest inhabited castles in Europe and has been home to the Duke of Northumberland’s family, the Percys, through 700 years of drama, intrigue, tragedy and romance.
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Alnwick Castle fortress home
The mighty fortress looking into the entrance of the castle, Home of the Percy family, Dukes of Northumberland, since 1309. The exterior medieval castle is one of the finest in Britain - it was restored by Anthony Salvin, mid 19th century but it retains an appropriate relationship with the town. The
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Aproaching the main enterance of Alnwick castle
The castle was started by the Norman baron, Yvo de Vescy, in 1096, but it gained most of its current design under the direction of the Percy family who acquired the castle in 1309. The Percy's were one of the most powerful families in England and have been closely linked with the castle ever since.
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Alnwick Mantraps
Mantraps were used until the mid 19th century possibility to the late 19th century to deter so called poachers from stealing game or just to deter or prevent access to land . Anyone unlucky enough to be caught in the trap would probably lose their foot or may even die from their injuries
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Alnwick castle Medeival arch way
A view from the court yard showing one of the many medieval arch ways at Alnwick castle. Mentioned soon after 1096 when Yves de Vescy became baron of Alnwick and erected the earliest parts of the Castle. The 1st Lord Percy of Alnwick rebuilt in the early 1300's and portions of this remain today,
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Murder Corridor The Barbican, Alnwick Castle
This image of the Barbicain at Alnwick Castle showing the high walls making the castle very hard or almost impossible for attackers to gain access
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Alnwick Castle from instde the walls
This view is looking to the south east at Alnwick castle from inside the of the main perimeter wall at the castle showing restoration work being undertaken Easter 2001
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Alnwick castle Robert Adam's sculpture
n 1750 when the 1st Duke of Northumberland was created he restored the entire castle to a liveable state. Much of this work was done by the famous Robert Adam and his work is still visible in the Gothic exterior, the fine ceilings and fireplaces and also the life-size stone figures guarding the ba
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Sir Harry Hotspur
Henry Percy was born 20 May 1364 at Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, the eldest son of Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland, and Margaret Neville, daughter of Ralph de Neville, 2nd Lord Neville of Raby, and Alice de Audley. He was knighted by King Edward III in April 1377.
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Alnwick castle Harry potter films
A statue from the Harry potter films Most famously in recent years, Alnwick Castle featured as Hogwarts in the first two Harry Potter films. Scenes filmed at the castle include the first Quidditch lesson in Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone and the crash landing of the flying Ford Anglia
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Medievall moat Alnwick castle
Alnwick castle in Northumberland has one of the finest early medeival moats in the uk this image is looking from near the port cullis south east
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Bondgate Alwnick
A view of Alnwick's gate house Bondgate town walls were built in the 15th century following a period of considerable border instability and raiding that had caused significant damage to Alnwick's economy.
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Inverkip Power station

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