|Title||Hill and crag. Hill to the west of Pittodrie|
|Photo's author||James Allan User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||18 Feb 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||18 Mar 2012 06:26:01 (UTC)|
I. South from Pole Hill, March 2012
Road heading away from Craiglochie House
II. South from Pole Hill, July 2012
Pole Hill from the south-east
Entrance gates to Craiglochie House
Hill fort, Pole Hill
Cattle, Pole Hill
Over Durdie, Carse of Gowrie
Stubble, Glen of Pitlowie. Cattle grazing old stubble fields at the head of the Glen of Pitlowie on the southern edge of the Sidlaw Hills. Another farm and wood mix square, rich in pheasants.
Evelick Castle Evelick Castle in 2007 it was one of the homes of the Lindsay family. It is completely ruined now and is in the grounds of a farm.
Over Durdie Farm.
Evelick Farm Somewhat dwarfed by the massive ruins of Evelick Castle beyond it.
Evelick Castle Evelick Castle was the seat of the Lindsays of Evelick and dates from some time after 1560.
Evelick Castle Evelick Castle is the ancient seat of the Lindsay family,and has its romantic story (and song) of Bonnie Leezie Lindsay and her Highland lover. It is completely ruined now.
Evelick Castle and Farm The vaulted basement and floors of the castle have collapsed.
Small wood and farmland near Durdie
Rough grazing, Pole Hill
Down in the glen Minor road following a pass below Pole Hill, off to the left here.
Kinrossshire, Scotland, United Kingdom osm