|Title||Chapelbank Cottages beside the River Earn. View from Dalreoch Bridge|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||27 May 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||21 Sep 2012 01:52:17 (UTC)|
Chapelbank Cottages beside the River Earn. View from Dalreoch Bridge
Road over Dalreoch Bridge near Chapelbank
Remains of the route of the old A9 near Dalreoch
River Earn at Chapelbank. Winter vegetation on the banks of the River Earn at Chapelbank, just before it passes under the A9
Approaching the Findo turnoff
Nether Gask View up the hill from Dalreoch Bridge. The bridge once carried the A9 over the River Earn, but the road has been rebuilt as a dual carriageway on a more direct line.
New A9 cutting through farmland next to River Earn From old A9
River Earn Approximately 400m West of Dalreoch Bridge looking South-west
Strathearn from Laurencefield Oilseed rape growing on a south facing slope above Stathearn. Looking towards Craig Rossie and the Ochil Hills.
A9 by Dalreoch
Farm Track to Hilton of Gask
A9 Perth to Stirling
Tree beside Track
Farm buildings at Charlesfield. Farm buildings in Strathearn, near the minor road between the A9 at Chapelbank and Findo Gask.
Farmland and the Edge of Cairnie Wood
Site of former Dunning station, 1991
Watering the tatties. Looking across the Earn valley with traffic visible on the A9 dual carriageway beyond the tattie field.
Fruit Farm. On the slopes above the Earn Valley with the Crieff hills in the distance.
Broadslap driveway Broadslap is over a kilometre away from the nearest road, with a straight undulating driveway bounded on either side by hedges.
Charlesfield Wood Pine wood photographed from behind a telephone exchange.
Tayside Region, Scotland, United Kingdom osm