Monday, 12 March 2012


A Weekend in the Stirling was amazing trip, our trip started from Haymarket railway station. We thought to have traditional British Fish and chips, but end up modern common fastfood lunch at Mcdonald's. From there we headed towards Stirling Castle on top of hill. Stirling Castle, located in Stirling, is one of the largest and most important castles, both historically and architecturally, in Scotland. The castle sits atop Castle Hill, an intrusive crag. Architecture on Royal palace is the part of the stirling castle was degraded because of weather, but some of features are restored and presented very well.  The restoration of Great hall or Parliament hall was started making sure of historically correct restoration will be achieved and works has been completed in 1999.
Stirling High Street
           Stirling Baptist Chruch              The Steeple / Athenaeum, Stirling

 Mar's Wark Residence

Panoromic Views of Stirling Castle and town
The Forework, entry to the main part of the castle

East facade of the Royal Palace with Renaissance-period statues

Battleground Stirling
The Nether Bailey, looking northward

The Great Hall following restoration from North oldest gate of castle

Robert the Bruce and Wallace Monument on Abbey Criag


View from Princes Tower
Graphical representation of Great Kitchen which severs Stirling Castle.
Restored Celling of James Palace Stirling

After successful exploration of Stirling castle we headed towards Wallace monument. 


  1. rohini has a dslr too? so cool.
    nice pictures by the way.

    1. Thanks Nabila. hmm, she does have dslr. I like that pose with 2 cameras.