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SCOTLAND Pylons Featured Stirlingshire Print

SCOTLAND Pylons

The Wallace Monument pictured in early morning mist 7 December 2005. The Stirling before Pylons group are against the proposal from Scottish and Southernn Energy to replace the existing pylons with new Pylons (which will be the height of the Wallace Monument- two and a half times the height of the existing ones) along the route from Beauly and Denny. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Phot credit should read: Andrew Milligan/PA

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STIRLING Castle Lights 1 Featured Stirlingshire Print

STIRLING Castle Lights 1

Stirling Castle, the scene of many key episodes throughout Scottish history, bathed in light tonight (Thursday) dominates the town's skyline. The new state of the art floodlighting system, which has been installed at a cost of almost half a million pounds, features dramatic effects both inside and outside the historic castle. Photo by Chris Bacon/PA

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John Ruskin, 1853-1854, (1944). Creator: John Everett Millais Featured Stirlingshire Print

John Ruskin, 1853-1854, (1944). Creator: John Everett Millais

John Ruskin, 1853-1854, (1944). Portrait of English artist, critic and author John Ruskin (1819-1900), by his friend John Everett Millais. It was painted at Brig o'Turk, in the Trossachs near Stirling in Scotland, and the frequent rain and plagues of midges made the experience trying for both sitter and painter. To complicate matters further, Millais was falling in love with Ruskin's wife Effie. She left Ruskin and married Millais, and Ruskin eventually gave the picture to his old Oxford friend Sir Henry Acland. Painting in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. From "British Portrait Painters", by John Russell. [Collins, London, 1944]

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