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Scotland with style: Glasgow

Scotland with style: Glasgow

Donald Gordon wearing a plaid and kilt of Gordon tartan. His sword is inscribed Andrea de Ferrara, the name of a sword maker from Belluno in Italy, many of whose swords came to Scotland. The painting was exhibited in the Royal Scottish Academy 1870.

Donald Gordon wearing a plaid and kilt of Gordon tartan. His sword is inscribed Andrea de Ferrara, the name of a sword maker from Belluno in Italy, many of whose swords came to Scotland. The painting was exhibited in the Royal Scottish Academy (Brave)

Tartan dresses

Display window in Edinburgh Scotland - John Morrison, Kiltmaker. Have to add this I love plaid every color LMc

Love the blue kilt (and the guy wearing it, of course!).

Bagpipes, Haggis and kilts

Poster produced for British Railways(BR), Eastern Region (ER), promoting the The Queen of Scots pullman service from Kings Cros Station, London to Queen Street Station, Glasgow each weekday. The poster shows the 'Queen of Scots' locomotive travelling at speed with an expanse of tartan parallel to the tracks. Artwork by Reginald Mayes.

Great Britain – Queen of Scots Pullman Train British Railways Poster

"Come over here lassie, and i'll let ya see under my kilt! My diaper needs changin' anyway... " Gaily Bedight in Glasgow, Scotland just adorable <3

"Come over here lassie, and i'll let ya see under my kilt! My diaper needs changin' anyway. " Gaily Bedight in Glasgow, Scotland just adorable

Heheh

KILT - what happened to the last person who called it a skirt .as in "he was kilt". (a little Scottish humor)

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+  Bridegroom and Groomsman in full Highland dress.  South Church in Bearsden, Glascow.  28 November 1938

TARTAN PLAID: Vintage 1938 Photograph of Bridegroom and Groomsman in full Highland dress. South Church in Bearsden, Glascow.

3 SCOTS, Black Watch, on parade December 11 - I definitely have Scots blood; this picture makes this American feel patriotic.

The Black Watch are the most famous of all the Scottish Regiments, and the most highly decorated Regiment in the whole of the British armed forces.

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