Tim's One Photograph a Day

Historic Buildings

Bridges Across the Tyne from the Train.

Bridges Across the Tyne. Today’s photograph was taken on the journey home. We are in Newcastle, viewing some of the Brid

Fortrose Cathedral in the “Black Isle”.

The Ruins of Fortrose Cathedral. Not the photograph I was expecting to take today! In fact, I didn’t realise that Fortro

Dunrobin Castle Station on the Far North Line.

Main Building, Dunrobin Castle Station. As stations go, this one is something rather different from the norm. Dunrobin Castle

The John O’Groats Inn.

The Hotel at John O’Groats. Today was something of a disappointment. On several counts. Not least the rain. The first co

The Ruins of Thurso Castle.

Thurso Castle Caithness. There is something rather evocative about a ruin. Particularly when you photograph it in Black and Wh

The Old Bridge of Oich.

Remains of Former Swing Bridge and Restored Bridge of Oich. Two for the price of one in today’s photograph of the Bridge

Inverness Castle overlooking the River Ness.

Inverness Castle. Today’s photograph could almost be a picture postcard image of Inverness Castle. This imposing buildin

The Old Oich Bridge, Fort Augustus.

Old Oich Bridge. There is something very sad when you see an historic structure in such a poor state. The Old Oich Bridge is n

Old Inverlochy Castle, Fort William.

Inside Inverlochy Castle. We walked in to Fort William today, past the base of the Ben Nevis mountains and the Distillery. On

Dingwall Station – Highlands Railways Junction.

Dingwall Station. Opened in 1862 as the terminus of a line from Edinburgh, Dingwall Station is now the junction for the lines

The Flora MacDonald Monument, Kilmuir, Isle of Skye.

Flora MacDonald Monument. Today we went for a drive around the northern part of Skye. Going through Kilmuir, we spotted a muse

Tobermory, Isle of Mull.

The Colour of Tobermory. Today, we have visited the Isle of Mull. The ferry from Kilchoan on the mainland (near where we are s

Glenfinnan Viaduct on the Jacobite Steam Train Ride.

West Highland Railway – Glenfinnan Viaduct. We have been on the Jacobite Steam Train ride from Fort William to Mallaig a

Edinburgh at Night from our Hotel Room.

View of Edinburgh at Night. Day One of our Scottish holiday. We are in a hotel just across the road from Waverley Station. Thi

The Old Huntley and Palmers Building, Reading.

Huntley and Palmers. Reading at one time was synonymous with biscuits – and Huntley and Palmers. Sadly, this building is

Bournemouth Town Hall, Bourne Avenue.

Bournemouth Town Hall. In 1921, the council moved into the current Bournemouth Town Hall. It was originally built in 1885 as t

The Red House Pub, Hampton Road, Newbury.

Red House Pub. In the back streets in the southern part of Newbury known as “the City” is the Red House Pub. If it

29-31 Craven Road, Diamond House, Newbury.

Diamond House, Newbury. This rather attractive building in Craven Road, has the name “Diamond House” engraved in t

The Lower Raymond Almshouses, Newtown Road, Newbury

Lower Raymond Almshouses. Very attractive almshouses built in 1796, the twelve Lower Raymond Almshouses replaced an earlier pr

Former Pub The Star, East Ilsley, Oxfordshire.

The Star, East Ilsley. Back on the trail of closed pubs, this one was The Star, East Ilsley, Oxfordshire. Mentioned in an earl