Scotland’s Secret Bunker

Scotland's Secret Bunker

A secret bunker that was to accommodate Scotland’s parliament in the event of a nuclear war. It got decommissioned as recently in 1992.

Be careful the sat nav positioned it in the middle of a field, I chatted to a farmer nearby and he told me folk have still kept driving over the grass hoping to find it. Nevertheless its around the corner and is heavily sign posted, always wise to question your sat navs!

I didn’t have the courage to descend 100ft to check out the bunker so made do with the outside of the building.

Scotland’s Secret Bunker

Hill of Tarvit

Hill of Tarvit

Hill of Tarvit designed by Sir Robert Larimer with an original 9-hole hickory club golf course (1924).

Hill of Tarvit

Edinburgh building study

Edinburgh building study

George Street, Edinburgh

Poppies

Poppies

On the Isle of Bute overlooking Arran

St Monans Kirk

St Monans Kirk

Town House Kirkcaldy

Town House Kirkcaldy

Dunfermline City Chambers

Dunfermline City Chambers

Dunfermline City Chambers

Its such a beautiful ornate building but the only you can really see from the ground level is the main tower. Th rest of it goes down a quite narrow street so I thought it would be good to draw a panoramic view with the houses nearby to show the difference in scale.

I love how the other buildings get smaller and less ornate the further down the hill you go.

For Welcome to Fife

Folk Museum, Ceres

Folk Museum, Ceres

A great wee museum in the scenic village of Ceres, Fife.

St Athernase Church, Leuchars

St Athernase Church, Leuchars

An unusual church in Leuchars, Fife. I think the area I’ve drawn dates from the 12th century with the belfry added in 1700.

The Morris Building, St Andrews

The Morris Building, St Andrews

The Morris Building in St Andrews designed by Norr architects.