Files in Scotland
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|Visible offshore is a sunken prototype of one of the three types of Mulberry Harbour tested here during World War II. This is the "hippo" type - a floating concrete caisson with a steel s...||12/01/2009||376|
Operator: USAF (formerly, USAAF) 15th US Air Force, 301st Bombardment Group
Accident Date: 17 January 1949
Accident Site: Succoth Glen
|These two wreckages of a "X-craft" midget submarine can be found at the Aberlady beach. During the Second World War, these two were used as training object and after the war attached to a concrete ...||11/19/2009||663|
|Beinn an Tuirc wind farm is a wind farm in Argyll, Scotland.|
The site has 46 turbines with a total generating capacity of 30.36 MW, and is operated by Scottish Power. It was commissi...
Operator: Royal Air Force (No. 17 (Training) Group in Coastal Command / 302 Flying Training Unit)
Accident Date: 12 May 1944
Accident Site: Heishavel Beag
Operator: British European Airways (BEA)
Accident Date: 21 April 1948
Accident Site: Irish Law
Aircraft Accident Details
|A remnant from WWII on Gullane Links. There are a lot of these scattered around the East Lothain coast.||11/14/2009||243|
|Following the battle of Philiphaugh on the 13th September 1645, when an army of Covenanters, commanded by General David Leslie, defeated the Royalists under Montrose, prisoners were kept captive he...||11/14/2009||334|
Operator: Royal Air Force: (35 Squadron)
Accident Date: 22 Nov 1956
Accident Site: Carn an t-Sagairt M˛r (1,047m / 3,430ft)
|At low tide you can walk right round the wreck - according to a poem in a picture frame in the Colintraive Hotel, this was a fishing boats whose crew was less than alert (and there is a hint that a...||11/14/2009||438|
|Build as "Sprucol" in 1918 build by Short Bros., Ltd., Sunderland.|
Sold in 1924 to the Anglo-American Oil Co., ( J. Hamilton ), London and renamed "Juniata".
Sold in 1934 to the Stand...
|The HMS Port Napier was a minelayer which sank as the result of a fire on 27th November 1940. It had been towed to this spot to save Kyleakin and Kyle of Lochalsh as she was loaded with 550 mines a...||11/14/2009||331|
|During the scuttling of the German High Seas Fleet in Scapa Flow on 21 June 1919, not all of the ships were successfully sunk. One of these, the destroyer B98, was subsequently towed away but as sh...||11/14/2009||750|
|The Kartli was a huge 240 foot Russian fish factory ship. During a storm on December 18th 1991 her wheelhouse was smashed and her engine room and generator flooded by a giant wave off the south of ...||11/13/2009||317|
|The Finnieston Crane is a crane and landmark in Glasgow. Once the largest crane in Europe it is now disused but is retained as an symbol of the city's engineering heritage. |
|Loch Lomond Seaplanes is an airline based in Scotland. After receiving approval from the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority and Clydeport to launch services from Glasgow Seaplane Terminal, by ...||11/11/2009||304|
|Seawind Barclay Curle is a British shipbuilding company. The company was founded as Barclay Curle and Company, Limited at Whiteinch in GlasgowGlasgow in 1884.|
During the First World ...
|James Watt Dock is built on the Garvel estate. Construction began with the cutting of the first sod on the 1st of August 1879, with the foundation stone being laid on the 6th of August 1881. The of...||11/11/2009||279|
|The giant 150-ton cantilever fitting-out crane was erected around 1907 on the west side of the fitting-out basin of the Clydebank Shipyard. It was one of the first shipyard cranes to be designed an...||11/11/2009||291|
|The Inveraray Gaol in Inveraray, Argyll and Bute, Scotland is known as a living 19th-century prison.|
Designed by James Gillespie Graham (1776ľ1855) in 1813 after original plans by Ro...