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5 Forteviot Wednesday 12th of April 2017 01:19:32 PM Thursday 25th of January 2018 02:54:32 PM
6 Abernethy Celtic Stone Head Sandstone boulder carved with 4 heads, one unfinished. The base appears to bear Bronze Age cup marks. Tuesday 18th of April 2017 06:40:49 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:52:32 PM
8 Central Perth Drone Footage Monday 22nd of May 2017 05:35:40 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:08:02 PM
9 Friarton Bridge Drone Footage Monday 22nd of May 2017 05:38:31 PM Tuesday 27th of June 2017 12:36:52 PM
10 Virtual Cottown Clay Houses of the Carse Virtual reconstruction of how the clay buildings looked c1970. Monday 22nd of May 2017 05:51:40 PM Saturday 27th of October 2018 01:00:09 PM
11 Virtual Moredun Top Iron Age Hillfort Video Moncreiffe Hill on the outskirts of Perth, the site of Modredun Top Iron Age Hillfort 50AD. Tuesday 23rd of May 2017 10:38:35 AM Saturday 27th of October 2018 12:31:54 PM
12 Introduction to Tayside Swifts While there is cause to be concerned about the future for many species in Scotland, swifts and bats are very much at the mercy of how people manage their usual habitat which is very often older buildings. Tuesday 23rd of May 2017 02:04:41 PM Saturday 27th of October 2018 01:00:23 PM
13 Moredun Top Hillfort Tour Moredun Top iron age hillfort may have looked around 50AD. Tuesday 23rd of May 2017 02:43:47 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:50:25 PM
14 Moredun Top Hillfort The site of an iron age hillfort. Thursday 25th of May 2017 11:21:00 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:50:07 PM
15 Moredun Top Hillfort The Iron Age hillfort of Moredun Top looks out across the Tay and Earn valleys. Archaeologists have recently discovered the remains of 2000 year old stone defences at the fort. Thursday 25th of May 2017 12:12:22 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:49:57 PM
20 Forteviot Forteviot was an early royal centre. Recently archaeologists uncovered a Pictish cemetery at Forteviot, with a number of important burials in square barrows. Tuesday 27th of June 2017 11:03:43 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:38:21 PM
21 Perth Perth was one of the richest burghs in medieval Scotland. During the early fifteenth century Perth was an important power centre for King James I, who was murdered here in 1437. Tuesday 27th of June 2017 11:24:36 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:07:51 PM
22 Perth 3D Objects Tuesday 27th of June 2017 11:26:54 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:07:34 PM
23 Forteviot Tuesday 27th of June 2017 11:55:26 AM Friday 27th of April 2018 12:29:11 PM
24 Cottown The old school house at Cottown is an exceptionally well-preserved example of the clay buildings that were once common in the Carse of Gowrie. Tuesday 27th of June 2017 12:22:55 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:16:34 PM
25 Cottown Tuesday 27th of June 2017 12:23:26 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:16:22 PM
26 Abernethy Abernethy was the site of an important early medieval monastery. The tall round tower is one of only two of this type surviving in Scotland. Tuesday 27th of June 2017 12:47:34 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:04:01 PM
27 Abernethy Tuesday 27th of June 2017 12:47:59 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:03:51 PM
28 Virtual Medieval Abernethy 1070AD Tuesday 27th of June 2017 12:58:56 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:03:40 PM
30 Cottown Clay Houses Monday 28th of August 2017 04:53:39 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:16:11 PM
31 Perth 1440 Virtual Tour Monday 28th of August 2017 04:59:35 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:07:21 PM
32 Abernethy Monday 28th of August 2017 05:13:02 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:03:31 PM
33 Abernethy Wee Big Dig Monday 28th of August 2017 05:15:35 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:03:23 PM
34 Museum of Abernethy Monday 28th of August 2017 05:17:19 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:03:08 PM
35 Moncreiffe Hill Tour Monday 28th of August 2017 05:27:52 PM Thursday 01st of February 2018 11:03:23 AM
36 Tay Rail Bridge Monday 28th of August 2017 05:49:04 PM Monday 28th of August 2017 05:49:04 PM
37 Dunkeld Bridge & Cathedral Monday 28th of August 2017 05:51:59 PM Monday 28th of August 2017 05:51:59 PM
38 Interview David Stachan Timelapse Monday 28th of August 2017 05:56:31 PM Thursday 01st of February 2018 11:02:07 AM
39 Perth 1440 App Monday 28th of August 2017 06:00:12 PM Saturday 27th of October 2018 12:39:39 PM
40 Moredun Top Hillfort App Monday 28th of August 2017 06:17:21 PM Saturday 27th of October 2018 12:39:30 PM
41 Perth Museum Tour Monday 28th of August 2017 06:39:50 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:06:54 PM
42 Invermay Cross Fragment of the Invermay Cross Four of the fragments of sculpture displayed at Forteviot Church come from the Invermay Cross. The base also survives in a field at Invermay, close to where it originally stood over 1,000 years ago. The cross was broken into fragments at the end of the 18th century. The surviving traces of figurative imagery recall scenes on Constantine’s Cross. The size and solidity perhaps favour Invermay having been a cross-slab, similar to Gask, rather than a free-standing cross similar to Constantine’s Cross. The form suggests an 8th or 9th century date. Monday 28th of August 2017 06:50:25 PM Saturday 27th of October 2018 12:37:34 PM
43 Avenue of Giant Redwoods at Inchture Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. Friday 01st of December 2017 10:44:27 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:32:57 AM
44 Clay Schoolhouse at Cottown Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. Friday 01st of December 2017 10:44:29 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:16:02 PM
45 Former Harbour at Port Allen Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. Friday 01st of December 2017 10:44:30 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:33:08 AM
46 Site of Hillfort at Moredun Top Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. Friday 01st of December 2017 10:44:31 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:49:33 PM
47 View from Abernethy Round Tower Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. Friday 01st of December 2017 10:44:32 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:02:58 PM
48 Almondmouth View from the Old Bridge at Almondmouth. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:34:01 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:58:13 AM
49 Bridge of Earn Underneath the road bridge at Bridge of Earn. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:35:52 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:36:04 AM
50 Fergusson Gallery Pontoons under construction near Fergusson Gallery. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:37:02 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:37:02 AM
51 Newburgh The slipway at Newburgh. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:37:47 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:37:47 AM
52 North Inch The access point at North Inch. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:38:27 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:38:27 AM
53 Perth Water Sports Club The slipway used by Perth Water Sports Club. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:39:01 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:06:25 PM
54 Railway Bridge The Slipway by the Railway Bridge at Perth. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:39:36 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:39:36 AM
55 Rodney Fitness Centre Slipway and causeway near Rodney Fitness Centre. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:40:23 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:40:23 AM
56 Stanners Island River Tay by Stanners Island launching point. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:41:04 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:41:04 AM
57 Willowgate Activity Centre River Tay near the Willowgate Activity Centre. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:41:46 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:41:46 AM
58 Willowgate Café Pontoon near Willowgate Café. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:42:26 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:42:26 AM
59 Cairnie Pier The River Tay near Cairnie Pier. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:43:03 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:43:03 AM
60 Elcho Castle The River Tay by Elcho Castle. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:43:39 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:43:39 AM
61 Inchyra The River Tay by the stopping point at Inchyra. (Credit: Open Virtual Worlds) Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:44:17 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 09:44:17 AM
62 Almondmouth The adventurous starting point for the canoe trail, giving a longer paddle into Perth. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 10:23:16 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 10:43:31 AM
63 North Inch Broken slipway near the war memorial in the south-east corner of North Inch. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 10:44:46 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 10:46:04 AM
64 Stanners Island Quiet launching spot on the Bridgend side of the River Tay, behind Stanners Island. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 10:45:27 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 10:46:32 AM
65 Rodney Fitness Centre Slipway below Rodney Fitness Centre Car Park. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 10:47:30 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 10:47:30 AM
66 Railway Bridge Large slipway beside the railway bridge. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 10:48:42 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:13:24 PM
67 Fergusson Gallery A new launching point just off Shore Road. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:19:17 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:19:17 AM
68 Water Sports Club Slipway and pontoon used by Perth Water Sports Club. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:21:55 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:21:55 AM
69 Willowgate Fishery and Café Parking and launching facilities near the Willowgate Café. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:30:27 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:30:27 AM
70 Willowgate Activity Centre, Stockgreen Lodge Parking and launching facilities beside the Willowgate Activity Centre. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:31:19 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:31:19 AM
71 Newburgh A scenic access point on the south bank of the River Tay. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:32:35 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:33:09 AM
72 Bridge of Earn Launching at a scenic site beside the River Earn. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:34:11 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:13:00 PM
73 Elcho Castle A landing place with excellent views of Elcho Castle. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:35:34 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:35:34 AM
74 Inchyra A scenic picnic and landing place on the north bank of the Tay. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:36:34 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:36:34 AM
75 Cairnie Pier A picnic spot and place to rest rather than a launching spot. Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:37:28 AM Tuesday 12th of December 2017 11:37:28 AM
78 Kinnoull Hill - A Pre-Historic Lookout Point Monday 29th of January 2018 02:58:44 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:29:18 PM
79 Melting Glaciers - A Post-Glacial Landscape Monday 29th of January 2018 03:01:42 PM Wednesday 31st of January 2018 06:42:17 PM
80 Forteviot Today Monday 29th of January 2018 03:04:51 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 05:04:48 PM
81 A Re-Used Bronze Age Cup-Marked Stone Mica-schist block with cup and ring marked stone, with Christian cross on reverse. Added to the collection of the Perth Museum in 1985. 440x390x115mm Monday 29th of January 2018 03:15:16 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:37:11 PM
85 Moredun Top Iron Age Hillfort Monday 29th of January 2018 03:41:59 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:51:17 PM
86 Moredun Hillfort Excavation 2016 Monday 29th of January 2018 03:49:28 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:51:28 PM
88 2016 Moredun Top Excavation Interviews Monday 29th of January 2018 03:59:17 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:51:37 PM
89 Carpow Logboat - Uncovering a Bronze Age Boat Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:10:44 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:36:42 PM
90 Carpow Logboat - Preserving a Bronze Age Boat Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:11:46 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:32:21 PM
91 Longforgan Carved Celtic Head Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:19:20 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:52:24 PM
92 Roman Altar from by the Almond Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:21:09 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:53:14 PM
93 Pictish Forteviot - An Early Medieval Graveyard Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:28:16 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:56:01 PM
94 St Madoes Pictish Cross Slab Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:29:29 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:55:47 PM
95 New Scone Pictish Cross Slab Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:30:46 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:55:34 PM
96 Abernethy Monastery - 1070 Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:37:27 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:02:47 PM
97 Abernethy Today Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:38:42 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:02:36 PM
98 The Burgh of Perth - 1440 Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:40:10 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:05:51 PM
99 The Bridges of Central Perth Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:42:17 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:12:40 PM
100 Seventeenth-Century Perth Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:44:36 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:11:12 PM
101 Jacobite Perth Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:45:21 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:10:57 PM
102 Reconstructed Clay House Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:47:55 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 05:02:05 PM
103 Cottown Clay School House Today Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:49:18 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:15:54 PM
104 Victorian Perth Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:50:10 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:10:27 PM
105 Friarton Motorway Bridge Wednesday 31st of January 2018 02:51:43 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:12:17 PM
106 Preserving Historic Orchards Wednesday 31st of January 2018 06:23:11 PM Wednesday 31st of January 2018 06:31:04 PM
107 01 Never Very Far Away.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:06 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
108 02 Pearls o' the Bonny Tay.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:06 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
109 03 Where Are The Boats.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:07 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
110 Tib Smith Out on The River Tay P2/3 Tune: Johnny's So Long At The Fair Tib Smith went sailing with her Uncle Tim, her Uncle Tim, her Uncle Tim Out in a row boat they pulled on the oars, out on the River Tay   The boat had a windlass to pull on the net, pull on the net, pull on the net The boat had a windlass to pull on the net, out on the River Tay   They went for a picnic out on the boat, out on the boat, out on the boat They went for a picnic out on the boat, out on the River Tay   The picnic had sandwiches, salmon and fruit, salmon and fruit, salmon and fruit The picnic had sandwiches, salmon and fruit, out on the River Tay   Salad and jam tarts and lobster rolls, lobster rolls, lobster rolls Salad and jam tarts and lobster rolls, out on the River Tay   When it got dark they had to come home, had to come home, had to come home When it got dark they had to come home, but they had an excellent day Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:07 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:30:29 PM
111 05 TLP Salmon fishing good p45.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:07 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
112 06 Elite tattie squad new.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:08 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
113 07 Awa Tae The Berries Christine.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:08 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
114 08 TIB SMITH AT THE BERRIES.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:08 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
115 09 Dave Stalker 3 edited.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:08 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
116 10 BRINGING IN THE HEAVY NETS.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:09 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
117 11 FERRYFIELD OF CARPOW.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:09 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
118 12 Build yer Mudwall Christine.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:09 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
119 13 THE PERTH LADE.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:09 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:05:33 PM
120 14 Dave Strachan O Nethermains.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:09 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
121 15 Becky Little Mud Mason.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:10 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
122 16 MUDWALL VOLUNTEERS.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:10 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
123 17 GLass Song Christine.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:10 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
124 18a Nederlander Polderman Christine.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:11 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
125 18b NEDERLANDER POLDERMAN.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:11 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
126 19 Tak Up Yer Needles Christine.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:11 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:23 PM
127 20 Living In St Madoes.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:11 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
128 21 PROVOST BOB MORRISON.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:12 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
129 Geordie Beatson P2/3 Tune: Bee Baw Babbity Geordie Beatson rang the bell Rang the bell, rang the bell Geordie Beatson rang the bell At eight o’ clock at nicht   Tae tell the bairnies tae gae hame Tae gae hame, tae gae hame Tae tell the bairnies tae gae hame At 8 o clock at nicht   It was ca’ed the Bairns’ Bell The Bairns’ Bell, the Bairns’ Bell It was ca’ed the Bairns’ Bell It rang at 8 at nicht   Salmon fishers on the Tay Caught the fish everyday Sometimes took a salmon hame Hidden in their wellies   Secrets in the River Tay When you hide yer fish away Can you lean under your boat And hang it on a hook? Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:12 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:26:26 PM
130 23 Four Folk Tell Of Four Places.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:12 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
131 24 TOM MORTON.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:12 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
132 25 HEATHER WINSHIP.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:13 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
133 26a The auld Men's Hut Annie Watson.MP3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:13 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
134 26b The Eden Estuary.MP3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:13 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
135 27 Janet Paton Kens 2 edited.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:13 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
136 28 TLP Aber tower good version use.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:14 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
137 29 Pictish Stone Rap 2 edited.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:14 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:54:59 PM
138 Powrie Park Rap P2/3 Rap, with movements Powrie Park, Powrie Park (very quiet) We all play in Powrie Park Swings and bars and roundabout Seesaw, slide and flying fox We all play in Powrie Park Powrie Park, Powrie Park (quite quiet) Powrie Park, Powrie Park (quite quiet) We all play in Powrie Park Find the den that’s in the woods With rocks and logs to sit upon We all play in Powrie Park Powrie Park, Powrie Park (dramatic loud) We all play in Powrie Park Whizz along the cycle ramp Jump off from the climbing frame We all play in Powrie Park Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:14 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:28:13 PM
139 31 TLP Aber Cats 1 cut short.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:14 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
140 32 Penpals Laddie in Paris 2 edited.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:15 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
141 33 TLP Aber World use.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:15 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:22:22 PM
142 The Brightest Smiles Made by Christine with P2/3, 31/8/17 Tune: Ma Ma Will You Buy Me A Ma Ma will you buy me a Buy me a, buy me a Ma Ma will you buy me a A bar of minty chocolate   Where can I buy you it? Buy you it, buy you it Where can I buy you it? From the shop at Abernethy   And some coca cola too Cola too, cola too And some coca cola too From the shop at Abernethy   And a chocolate cake with candles on (Please!) From the shop at Abernethy And some of our Five A Day (Please!) From the shop at Abernethy   Orange, strawberry, apple and grape From the shop at Abernethy   Cucumber and broccoli Peppers, peas and onions   Stripy toothpaste to brush our teeth From the shop at Abernethy   Now we have to brush brush brush Before we go to bed   Now we’ll have the brightest smiles In all of Abernethy Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:15 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:23:42 PM
143 35b TLP Abernethy shop 2nd part.mp3 Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:16:16 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:02:25 PM
144 Castle Law - Abernethy Thursday 26th of April 2018 04:58:37 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:02:16 PM
145 Tayside Swifts Thursday 26th of April 2018 05:20:22 PM Thursday 26th of April 2018 05:20:22 PM
146 Cottown Reconstruction Images Friday 27th of April 2018 11:57:15 AM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:15:33 PM
147 Cottown Drone Images Friday 27th of April 2018 12:00:20 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:15:21 PM
148 Cottown - Clay Houses of the Carse Buildings that were “made out of the ground upon which they stood” were once the most common vernacular structures in parts of Scotland.For more information visit: taylp.org/historicbuildings/clay-buildings-of-the-carse/ Music: The Lass o' Gowrie, by Lady Carolina Nairne (1766-1845).contemplator.com/scotland/gowrie.html Friday 27th of April 2018 12:07:55 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:15:12 PM
149 Forteviot Cross - Lower Section Forteviot Cross - Lower Section The section of lower shaft of the Forteviot Cross is richly carved, including an arrangement of fabulous animals in which one bites a large snake, which also forms the tail of another large animal. This image was probably intended to evoke a sense of Christian triumph over sin. The size and style of the fragments suggest that they are more likely to belong to a free-standing cross rather than a cross-slab. Friday 27th of April 2018 12:46:21 PM Friday 27th of April 2018 12:46:30 PM
150 Invermay Cross Fragment of the Invermay Cross Four of the fragments of sculpture displayed at Forteviot Church come from the Invermay Cross. The base also survives in a field at Invermay, close to where it originally stood over 1,000 years ago. The cross was broken into fragments at the end of the 18th century. The surviving traces of figurative imagery recall scenes on Constantine’s Cross. The size and solidity perhaps favour Invermay having been a cross-slab, similar to Gask, rather than a free-standing cross similar to Constantine’s Cross. The form suggests an 8th or 9th century date. Friday 27th of April 2018 12:52:40 PM Friday 27th of April 2018 12:54:10 PM
151 Forteviot Stone - Upper Section Forteviot Stone - Upper Section The upper portion, with its single imperial rider, has a strong affinity with the rider on Constantine’s Cross, and is placed in the same position at the top of the shaft of the cross. The size and style of the fragments suggest that they are more likely to belong to a free-standing cross rather than a cross-slab. Friday 27th of April 2018 01:01:16 PM Friday 27th of April 2018 01:03:13 PM
152 Forteviot Stone - Iron Age Friday 27th of April 2018 01:10:35 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:31:35 PM
153 Invermay Cross Fragment from Invermay Cross The four fragments of sculpture displayed at Forteviot Church come from the Invermay Cross. The base also survives in a field at Invermay, close to where it originally stood over 1,000 years ago. The cross was broken into fragments at the end of the 18th century. The surviving traces of figurative imagery recall scenes on Constantine’s Cross. The size and solidity perhaps favour Invermay having been a cross-slab, similar to Gask, rather than a free-standing cross similar to Constantine’s Cross. The form suggests an 8th or 9th century date. Friday 27th of April 2018 01:19:12 PM Friday 27th of April 2018 01:20:33 PM
154 Invermay Cross Fragment of the Invermay Cross Four of the fragments of sculpture displayed at Forteviot Church come from the Invermay Cross. The base also survives in a field at Invermay, close to where it originally stood over 1,000 years ago. The cross was broken into fragments at the end of the 18th century. The surviving traces of figurative imagery recall scenes on Constantine’s Cross. The size and solidity perhaps favour Invermay having been a cross-slab, similar to Gask, rather than a free-standing cross similar to Constantine’s Cross. The form suggests an 8th or 9th century date. Friday 27th of April 2018 01:28:50 PM Friday 27th of April 2018 01:31:29 PM
155 Forteviot Ring Cross Forteviot Ring Cross This fragment of sculpture was once part of a ringheaded, free-standing cross, a form of cross particularly associated with the West Coast of Scotland (notably Iona) and with Ireland. The fragment derives from one of the arms of the cross head, with a stub of the ring projecting from one face. The form suggests a 10th century date. The depth and precision of the carving of this fragment show a high level of artistic ability. The short tenon shows that the cross was constructed of several pieces of stone, a challenging method developed in Iona. These stylistic and technical links reinforce the connection with the centre of the cult of St Columba. The decorative motif known as ‘key-pattern’, originated in the Mediterranean world where it is linked to mazes. The Insular Celtic artists enlivened it by placing it on a diagonal grid. The Picts were particularly attached to the motif and produced the most complex designs. Friday 27th of April 2018 01:35:21 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:00:50 PM
156 Pictish Forteviot Burial Site reconstruction images Friday 27th of April 2018 01:40:26 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:55:10 PM
157 Abernethy Virtual Images Friday 27th of April 2018 02:44:58 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:01:58 PM
158 Forteviot Virtual Images Friday 27th of April 2018 02:48:32 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:30:57 PM
159 Moredun Top Hillfort Virtual Images Friday 27th of April 2018 02:50:22 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:51:48 PM
160 Perth 1440 Friday 27th of April 2018 02:51:49 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:05:23 PM
161 Moredun Top Hillfort Images Friday 27th of April 2018 03:09:10 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:51:58 PM
162 Salmo Wednesday 02nd of May 2018 05:08:23 PM Wednesday 02nd of May 2018 05:08:23 PM
163 Settle Pettle Wednesday 02nd of May 2018 05:38:21 PM Wednesday 02nd of May 2018 05:40:12 PM
164 Son of Alba Wednesday 02nd of May 2018 06:23:19 PM Wednesday 02nd of May 2018 06:23:19 PM
165 Carpow A Bronze Age logboat from about 1000 B.C. was discovered at Carpow on the bank of the River Tay. It is the second oldest boat ever excavated in Scotland. Thursday 03rd of May 2018 05:01:56 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 04:37:56 PM
166 Hillforts of the Tay Illustrations Thursday 03rd of May 2018 05:54:20 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:46 PM
167 00000_PKHT_Kinfauns A2 Board.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:45:57 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:46 PM
168 00000_PKHT_Rait A2 Board.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:03 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:46 PM
169 1437_Fig.1_Rev 4.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:07 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:46 PM
170 1437_Fig.2_Rev 3.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:09 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
171 1437_Fig.3_Rev 3.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:12 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
172 1437_TLP_WV_Report_FINAL_Jan 2015.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:14 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
173 1437_TLP_WV_Technical Appendix_FINAL_Jan 2015.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:15 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
174 16037 1.31 TLP Clay Biggins Vol. 1 2018.03.23.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:19 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
175 16037 1.31 TLP Clay Biggins Vol. 2 2018.03.23 sm.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:20 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
176 Carving a Unicorn_reportFINAL.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:22 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
177 Conservation of Mural Monument.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:23 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
178 Derek_Hall_All orchards.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:25 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
179 Excavations at Riggs Road _Updated Interim DSR_.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:26 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
180 Geodiversity_of_the_Tay_Landscape_Partnership_compressed_version.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:27 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
181 KPCK-01-Report-v2[S].pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:28 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
182 Landscape_Character_Assessment.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:29 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
183 RarePlantsRegister.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:32 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
184 ScARF_Iron_Age_Sept_2012_(1).pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:33 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
185 TayLP_Habitats&Buildings_Survey_Report_20150205_Complete.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:34 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
186 tayside.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:40 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
187 TGO471 - Abernethy Museum - Exhibition Boards v2.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:42 PM Wednesday 20th of June 2018 05:02:08 PM
188 Traditional & Historic Orchards.pdf Friday 04th of May 2018 01:46:50 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 01:47:45 PM
189 Orchard Interviews Discover the story of fruit growing in the Carse of Gowrie, by the River Tay in Scotland. This region has been growing unique varieties of apples and pears since at least the Middle Ages. Find out about the Tay Landscape Partnership's collaboration with local communities to preserve an extraordinary orchard heritage. Friday 04th of May 2018 04:12:53 PM Friday 04th of May 2018 04:12:53 PM
190 Post Glacial Shoreline Thursday 21st of June 2018 12:35:58 PM Thursday 21st of June 2018 12:50:48 PM
191 Areas underwater Thursday 21st of June 2018 01:08:39 PM Thursday 21st of June 2018 01:11:59 PM
192 Historic Orchards Thursday 21st of June 2018 01:17:19 PM Thursday 21st of June 2018 01:47:04 PM
193 Birdsong-Blackbird.mp3 Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:49 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:49 PM
194 Birdsong-Blue_Tit.mp3 Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:49 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:49 PM
195 Birdsong-Chaffinch.mp3 Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:49 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:49 PM
196 Birdsong-Coal_Tit.mp3 Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM
197 Birdsong-Collared_Dove.mp3 Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM
198 Birdsong-Dunnock.mp3 Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM
199 Birdsong-Great_Tit.mp3 Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM
200 birdsong_bullfinch.mp3 Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:50 PM
201 birdsong_fieldfare.mp3 Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:51 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:51 PM
202 Megginch Presentation reduced.pptx Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:51 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 05:58:51 PM
203 Early Settlers Gallery Monday 09th of July 2018 06:00:34 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:00:34 PM
204 Blog April 2015 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:25:49 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:32:27 PM
205 Blog April 2017 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:32:55 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:32:55 PM
206 Blog August 2014 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:35:40 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:35:40 PM
207 Blog February 2016 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:37:00 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:37:00 PM
208 Blog January 2016 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:37:53 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:38:05 PM
209 Blog July 2015 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:39:02 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:45:28 PM
210 Blog June 2017 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:46:14 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:46:14 PM
211 Blog March 2015 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:47:46 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:47:46 PM
212 Blog May 2015 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:48:56 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:49:12 PM
213 Blog May 2017 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:50:49 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:50:49 PM
214 Blog October 2014 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:53:27 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:53:27 PM
215 Blog September 2014 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:54:35 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:54:59 PM
216 Blog September 2015 Monday 09th of July 2018 06:59:56 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 06:59:56 PM
217 Blog September 2016 Monday 09th of July 2018 07:02:01 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 07:04:17 PM
218 Gallery Castlelaw 2017 © George Logan Monday 09th of July 2018 07:07:13 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 07:08:11 PM
219 Gallery Moredun 2015 © AOC Monday 09th of July 2018 07:09:10 PM Monday 09th of July 2018 07:09:29 PM
221 Gallery Moredun 2016 Tuesday 10th of July 2018 11:08:59 AM Tuesday 10th of July 2018 11:09:14 AM
222 161029_Newburgh Waterfront #2 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:48 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
223 161029_Newburgh waterfront - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:49 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
224 161106_Bridge of Earn_Footpath at River - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:49 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
225 161106_Bridge of Earn_Under Bridge - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:49 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
226 161106_Newburgh Reedbeds Path #1 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:50 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
227 161106_Newburgh Reedbeds Path #2 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:50 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
228 161106_Newburgh Reedbeds Path #3 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:50 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
229 161106_Newburgh Reedbeds Path #4 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:50 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
230 Arrival of Winter - Kinbrae - TayLP.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:51 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
231 Confluence - Kinbrae - TayLP.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:51 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
232 ContactMic_on passover_near Moncreiffe Hill_170114 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:51 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
233 Hydrophone-NorthInch-L- 161112 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:51 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
234 Meander - Kinbrae - TayLP.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:52 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
235 Movement of Light - Kinbrae - TayLP.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:52 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
236 Quarrymill Woodland Park 160417 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:52 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
237 Quarrymill Woodland Park 160417 2 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:53 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:43 PM
238 River Awakens - Kinbrae - TayLP.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:53 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:42 PM
239 The Bridge at Night - Kinbrae - TayLP.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:53 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:42 PM
240 Voices at North Inch_161112 - A.Truscott.mp3 Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:46:53 PM Thursday 23rd of August 2018 04:48:42 PM
241 Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park has cliffs, a fake ruin, an arboretum with unusual trees, lots of legends, an iron age fort – and great views. In the 1800s local landowners went on holiday to the River Rhine in Germany and saw lots of ruined castles there. They decided that Kinnoull Hill needed its own ruin overlooking the River Tay – and built a brand new ruin, Kinnoull Tower. Here be dragons! Did you know that in the 6th century St Serf killed a dragon on Kinnoull Hill? The cave where it lived is still here, high up on Kinnoull Crags. It’s called the Dragon Hole. Walk in the footsteps of royalty! In the old days kings and queens travelled over Kinnoull Hill to Scone to be crowned. The route is called the Coronation Path to this day. Volcano alert! At Corsiehill Quarry you can see where lava streams from a volcano cooled, as well as mineral crystals and geometric columns. Friday 24th of August 2018 03:52:49 PM Thursday 04th of October 2018 04:43:18 PM
242 Kinnoull Hill Leaflet Thursday 04th of October 2018 04:38:30 PM Thursday 04th of October 2018 04:41:29 PM
244 TLP evaluation report Monday 12th of November 2018 12:59:20 PM Monday 12th of November 2018 12:59:20 PM