Photo © John Jones Rhum – The Pelton Wheel Generator for Kinloch Castle; circa 1990 (since replaced) Kinloch Castle was one of the first private residences in Scotland to have electricity, with a dam constructed on the Coire Dubh burn for hydro generation. Photo © Richard Law (cc-by-sa/2.0) Kinloch Castle Continue reading Kinloch Castle
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Keith Shellenberg’s Rolls Royce Station Wagon, which was burnt to a shell not long after this photograph was taken. He was known for his legal disputes related to his ownership of the Scottish island of Eigg. Shellenberg also stood in the 1964 UK general election in Richmond (Yorks) and the October 1974 UK general election in Moray and Nairn as a Liberal candidate. Schellenberg competed in the two-man and the four-man Bobsleigh events at the 1956 Winter Olympics. He also competed in the men’s singles in the luge at the 1964 Winter Olympics. He also played on the Yorkshire rugby … Continue reading Schellenberg’s Rolls Royce in Eigg
I recently heard from a friend who practices the New Age philosophy called the Law of Attraction. You visualize a wish in your mind and ‘attract’ it to come to you. He was adamant that can work for anyone, and in hearing that the sale of my first book in the Zander Trilogy was not selling by the dozen, as I hoped, he suggested that I try out this new philosophy and see where it takes me. So, please bear with me here as I put this into practice. How do I get thousands of sales of my book? Well, … Continue reading Visual help
This is a view of another fly-past from the RAF to celebrate 75 years since VE Day. Continue reading VE day from somewhere in Scotland
A friend sent me this video showing the Red Arrows fly-past in celebration of 75 years since VE Day. Continue reading VE Day from East Anglia