Glenfinnan Viaduct – Highlands of Scotland © 2007 Scotiana
The Prince’s journey up to Glenfinnan being the subject of one of your recent articles, I thought it would be a great idea to continue our “blog conversation” on the topic of the Glenfinnan viaduct which greatfully enhances the scottish landscape. […]
Upon reading your great article about the magnificient Prestonpans Tapestry: the Prince’s journey up to Glenfinnan… I wondered if postage stamps were issued to commemorate this milestone in Scottish history?
I surfed the web and .. by golly … found one!
It was issued in […]
THE LIFE OF BEATRIX POTTER
Your recent post Scotland, a great source of inspiration for Beatrix Potter joyfully took us on a journey into the marvelous book illustrations and lovely tales that we grew up with! Thanks for such a great travel back in time celebrating one of the best-loved children’s authors.
More about John Muir and his native town: Dunbar, Scotland.
John Muir and Redwood Forest. Designed by Rudolph Wendelin. This 5 cent postage stamp was issued on April 29, 1964. Scott Number: 1245.
Even though the A1 bypasses Dunbar, I’m so happy we took time to turn off to this quaint little town, on […]
I read this morning that Glasgow is Britain’s most romantic city as posted items increase day before Valentine’s Day!
” (…) GLASWEGIANS sent 11.7 per cent more mail on February 13 2012, compared with the week before (…)”
See the excerpt below:
Lord Provost of Glasgow Sadie Docherty said […]