Pictured is the famous statue in Edinburgh, Scotland, of Greyfriars Bobby, a terrier who guarded the grave of his owner for 14 years

Visiting Scotand: Edinburgh's Greyfriars Bobby, the Dog a Community Loved

Pictured is the famous statue in Edinburgh, Scotland, of Greyfriars Bobby, a terrier who guarded the grave of his owner for 14 years

Devil's Bridge, Aberystwith, Wales ~ it's like a bridge inside of a bridge inside of a bridge over a gorge!!!!

Devil's Bridge, Aberystwith, Wales ~ it's like a bridge inside of a bridge inside of a bridge over a gorge!!!!

The Falkirk Wheel, Scotland.  - (explore your biking wanderlust on www.motorcyclescotland.com)

The Falkirk Wheel, Scotland. - (explore your biking wanderlust on www.motorcyclescotland.com)

Beautiful photograph of Bottallack engine house amidst stormy seas and crashing waves. Cornwall.  Photo by Peter Hulance Photography.

Beautiful photograph of Bottallack engine house amidst stormy seas and crashing waves. Cornwall. Photo by Peter Hulance Photography.

The Whitehall Mystery: the remains of a dismembered woman were discovered in three different parts of London in 1888, the body hidden on the future site of Scotland Yard's headquarters. It was not considered to be connected to Jack the Ripper. It remains unsolved. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whitehall_Mystery

The Whitehall Mystery: the remains of a dismembered woman were discovered in three different parts of London in 1888, the body hidden on the future site of Scotland Yard's headquarters. It was not considered to be connected to Jack the Ripper. It remains unsolved. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whitehall_Mystery

Medieval England. Alnwick Castle guards a road crossing the River Aln. Yves de Vescy, Baron of Alnwick, erected the first parts of the castle in about 1096. It was built to protect England's northern border against the Scottish invasions and border reivers. The castle was first mentioned in 1136 when it was captured by King David I of Scotland. It was besieged in 1172 and again in 1174 by William the Lion, King of Scotland and William was captured outside the walls during the Battle of…

Medieval England. Alnwick Castle guards a road crossing the River Aln. Yves de Vescy, Baron of Alnwick, erected the first parts of the castle in about 1096. It was built to protect England's northern border against the Scottish invasions and border reivers. The castle was first mentioned in 1136 when it was captured by King David I of Scotland. It was besieged in 1172 and again in 1174 by William the Lion, King of Scotland and William was captured outside the walls during the Battle of…

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