|Title||Pond, Castle Mains. Farm pond with a pair of tufted ducks. (Aythya fuligula)|
|Photo's author||Richard Webb User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||29 Mar 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||20 Mar 2012 02:08:16 (UTC)|
Castle Mains Farm Viewed from the car park at Castle Park Golf Club.
Castle Mains Farm
A stubble field at Baxtersyke Viewed from the road to Quarryford with Castle Mains in the background.
A stubble field at Baxtersyke
Farmland at Baxtersyke A stubble field viewed from the road to Quarryford.
Farmland at Baxtersyke
Old farm building near Baxtersyke, south of Gifford
Country road between Baxtersyke and Quarryford
A track to Castle Mains Farm Viewed from the car park at Castle Park Golf Club.
A track to Castle Mains Farm
A sign at Castle Park Golf Club An information board in the car park.
Yester Castle The remains of a 13 C tower house, hardly visible through the trees, and surrounded on three sides by steep valleys.Built in 1297 by Hugo de Gifford, the so-called Wizard of Yester. Bene…
View from Goblin Ha' A photo from inside Goblin Ha', looking out through the 'windows' shown in 873888. The Goblin Ha' is the undercroft of a 13th century tower. Originally it was partially dug into t…
Goblin Ha' This is the large subterranean chamber at Yester Castle. It is 37 feet long by 13 feet wide & 19 feet high. This is unique in Scotland. Built in the 13th century it was constructed of ashla…
The 'windows' of Goblin Ha' Beyond these 'windows' is a vaulted chamber, Goblin Ha, part of the 13 Century Yester Castle, a motte & bailey tower house.
Barley, Longyester. Ripening under Lammer Law (527m)
Vaulted entrance to Yester Castle
The Goblin Ha' A subterranean vaulted chamber in Yester Castle, dating from the 13 Century. Underneath the 14th century masonry is the famous subterranean Goblin Hall, supposedly created by mysterious…
East Lothian, Scotland, United Kingdom osm