Scottish built heritage at home and abroad

Scottish built heritage in Scotland, India and Canada of relevance to research being undertaken by PhD candidate Amy Clarke (School of Architecture, University of Queensland, Australia).

For that is the mark of the Scots of all classes: that he stands in an attitude towards the past unthinkable to Englishmen, and remembers and cherishes the memory of his forebears, good or bad; and there burns alive in him a sense of identiyt with the dead even to the twentieth generation.
Robert Louis Stevenson
Malagawatch Church being moved by barge to Highland Village Museum, 2003

Malagawatch Church being moved by barge to Highland Village Museum, 2003

Museum historic enactors at the Highland Folk Museum.

Museum historic enactors at the Highland Folk Museum.

Ardverikie Estate Sawmill: the water powered original from TV’s ‘Monarch of the Glen’s’ home.

Ardverikie Estate Sawmill: the water powered original from TV’s ‘Monarch of the Glen’s’ home.

Bow Tent: Traditional Travellers’  tent built by Essie Stewart in 2008 - where tales were telt!

Bow Tent: Traditional Travellers’  tent built by Essie Stewart in 2008 - where tales were telt!

Fraser’s Joiner’s Workshop: supplying cart repairs to coffins!

Fraser’s Joiner’s Workshop: supplying cart repairs to coffins!

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