Huntington Tower

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Al Anon on April 16, 2008

This is actually called Huntingtower Castle and is famous for a 15th(?)century ceiling mural and is supposed to be haunted by 'The Grey Lady'. I believe it is a National Trust property and is a bit further than 1K from Almondbank. It sits adjacent to the Crieff Road at East Huntingtower on the outskirts of Perth and the nearby populus downhill is called Ruthvenfield; the Earl of Ruthven once owned this castle. I understand that an Earl of Mar from the Stirling area was kidnapped and held prisoner here.

Thorlackson on May 13, 2008

thanks - you are correct - as soon as i learn how to make corrections i will do so.

Ewanneil on June 27, 2008

Hi there Thorlackson. I was going to say the same as Al Anon but he/she got there first. To amend the title go into "Your Pictures" in Panoramio then click on the picture whose title you wish to change. Once open hover your mouse over the title. You will see that it changes to a yellow background and a dialogue box opens to tell you to click to edit. Just click on the title and amend as you wish. Hope this helps - I've had to do it myself a couple of times.

bband on May 20, 2009

Was going to correct but someone got there first

bband on May 20, 2009

The marker is well out of place but i've corrected that through the misplaced feature

Thorlackson on May 20, 2009

now that the images are more clear - its located correctly - thanks for your help

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  • Uploaded on January 13, 2008
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    by Thorlackson
    • Camera: OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.,LTD C920Z,D450Z
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    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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