Glenblocker fort
The term, Glenblocker fort, sometimes also called the Highland line fort is used to describe members of a line of Roman forts along the Highland Line in Scotland. The forts all share the common charac...
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Gleneagles railway station
Gleneagles railway station serves the town of Auchterarder in Perth and Kinross, Scotland.
The station was opened by the Scottish Central Railway on 14 March 1856 and was originally named Crieff J...
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Aberfeldy distillery
Aberfeldy Distillery is a distillery in Scotland that distills Aberfeldy single malt Scotch Whisky.
Aberfeldy Distillery was founded by the John Dewar & Sons, Ltd. in 1896, and opened in 1898....
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Bamff
Bamff House is the home of the Ramsays of Bamff, and is located within a 1,300-acre (5.3 km) estate in Perthshire, Scotland. Bamff House began as a fortified tower in the late 16th Century and w...
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Tummel hydro-electric power scheme
3°56′20″W / 56.715°N 3.939°W / 56.715; -3.939The Tummel hydro-electric power scheme for the generation of hydro-electric power is located in the Grampian Mountains, between Lo...
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Pitlochry fish ladder
The Pitlochry fish ladder is a fish ladder next to the Pitlochry Power Station on the River Tummel near Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross, Scotland that allows salmon to travel upstream during the breedin...
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Inchtuthil
3°25′26″W / 56.541°N 3.424°W / 56.541; -3.424Inchtuthil (known to the Romans as Pinnata Castra (meaning "Fortress on the wing") and Victoria) is the site of a Roman legionary ...
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Methven Castle
Methven Castle is a 17th-century house situated east of Methven, in Perth and Kinross, Scotland.
The lands of Methven were owned by the Mowbray family from the 12th century. The Mowbrays supported...
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Blair Atholl railway station
Blair Atholl railway station is a railway station serving the town of Blair Atholl, Perth and Kinross, Scotland. The station is managed by ScotRail and is on the Highland Main Line.The disused goods y...
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Perth Royal Infirmary
Perth Royal Infirmary is a district hospital in Perth. The Royal Infirmary, administered by NHS Tayside, caters for both the city and wider Perth & Kinross area, with a population around 182,000 b...
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Perth Leisure Pool
Perth Leisure Pool is the main indoor public leisure and recreation centre in the city of Perth, Scotland, one of the most popular visitor attractions in Scotland and a major tourist attraction, which...
Muirton Park
Muirton Park (1924–1989) was the second of three football grounds the Scottish football club St. Johnstone from Perth, Scotland, have occupied in their history. It was preceded by the Recreation...
Rannoch railway station
Rannoch railway station, on the West Highland Line, serves the area of Rannoch in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. Its remote location on Rannoch Moor is picturesque and makes it attractive to walkers. Th...
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Megginch Castle
Megginch Castle is a 15th-century castle in Perth and Kinross, in central Scotland. It was the family home of the late Cherry Drummond, 16th Baroness Strange. It is now occupied by Lady Strange's daug...
Invermay
3°31′18″W / 56.327920°N 3.521702°W / 56.327920; -3.521702Invermay is a diffuse settlement in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It is situated approximately 2 km southeast of Fortev...
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Gask Ridge
The Gask Ridge is the modern name given to an early series of fortifications, built by the Romans in Scotland, close to the Highland Line. Modern excavation and interpretation is pioneered by the Roma...
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Dunalastair
Dunalastair (Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Alastair, meaning "fort of Alexander") is an estate in the southern part of the Highlands, in Perthshire, Scotland. It is 18 miles west of the town of Pitlochry, lyi...
Kinfauns Castle
Kinfauns Castle was designed by Robert Smirke and built between 1822 and 1826 by Lord Gray on the site of a medieval stronghold. It is situated in Perth and Kinross, Scotland, and is currently occupi...
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