Scottish Castles: Glamis Castle and Scone Palace

South Queensferry. Three bridges: 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.  The railway bridge over the Firth of Forth (Forth Road Bridge) 1890, became one of the first cantilever bridges, a road suspension bridge 1964 and a cable-stayed bridge 2017

Lochleven Castle of the 14th century, during the year 16, Queen Mary Stuart of Scotland was imprisoned in the castle.

Scone Palace is the site of the coronation of the first Scottish kings, where the “Stone of Destiny” was installed, on which all rulers of the United Kingdom are still crowned. It is the residence of the Earls of Mansfield.

Dundee is the fourth largest city in Scotland.

Glamis Castle is a “fairytale castle” where the Queen’s mother spent her childhood and where Queen Elizabeth II’s sister, Margaret, was born.