Richard Cross Photography

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Loch Tummel is a long, narrow loch, 7 kilometres north west of Pitlochry in the council area of Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It is fed and drained by the River Tummel, which flows into the River Tay about 4 km west of the Clunie Dam at the loch’s western end. The loch is traversed by roads to both north and south. Wikipedia


The Hopetoun Monument, 95 feet (29 m) tall and situated on Byres Hill near Haddington. Erected in 1824 in memory of John Hope, 4th Earl of Hopetoun (1765–1823). The monument is often referred to as the Garleton Monument or the “Galla Monument” by locals, after Garleton Farm on Byres Hill.

There is an inscription which states: “This monument was erected to the memory of the Great and Good John, Fourth Earl of Hopetoun by his affectionate and grateful tenantry in East Lothian. MDCCCXXIV”