Sunday, 7 January 2018
Old Travel Blog Photograph South Doorway St Cuthbert's Kirk Dalmeny Scotland
Old travel Blog photograph of the South Doorway of St Cuthbert's Kirk in Dalmeny by South Queensferry, near Edinburgh, Scotland. The present church building is recognised as the finest Romanesque parish church still in use in Scotland, and one of the most complete in the United Kingdom, lacking only its original western tower which was rebuilt in a sympathetic style in the early 20th century.
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