A gateway that was never to be

This sketch design for Wemyss castle, Fife, was by Robert Lorimer and dated 1894.

Stravaiging need not be lonely

Peter’s short films on gates and gateways [please click on each image to play a different film]: A rain-faded notice pinned upon a gate: G A T E W A … Continue reading Stravaiging need not be lonely

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Yesterday morning I explored Silvermills in Edinburgh. Sadly, not very much of this once ancient village survives and the alchemical projects of James IV are all but forgotten. However I … Continue reading horse-rider-eagle

More of a journey than a gateway

I have been scraping our rusty and paint-flaked garden gate. This gate dates back to 1880, the same date as our house. I wonder how many folk have opened and … Continue reading More of a journey than a gateway