Samson’s foot mark

In the old Ordnance Survey book of 1858 there is an account of ‘Samson’s foot mark’ at the west end of Thurso beach, next to a rocky outcrop known as … Continue reading Samson’s foot mark

Achravole

The graves of three people were buried in this small enclosure in 1830. They had all died of Cholera and their friends declined to carry them any further for fear … Continue reading Achravole

‘The Halt Stone’

Not far from Loch Eun, a small fishing loch in Caithness, there used to be an upright stone called ‘Clach Seasaimh’ or  ‘the Halt Stone’. A translation of the Gaelic … Continue reading ‘The Halt Stone’

A Liberal patient

A film about Dalnawillan Lodge, Caithness. This film is for the Sinclair family. [please note: the road to Dalnawillan Lodge is private and no vehicle access is permitted without the … Continue reading A Liberal patient

Captain Slater

This film is for Captain Slater. Music credits: (1) ‘Chasing the Sun’ by James Ross (2) ‘Motets’ – by Johann Christian Bach My thanks to Dr Ian Collins The following … Continue reading Captain Slater

The world’s shortest street

At 6 ft 9 in long, Ebenezer Place, in Wick, Caithness, is credited by the Guinness Book of Records as being the world’s shortest street. Ebenezer Place is occupied by … Continue reading The world’s shortest street