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Pipe Major MacDonald - 72nd Regiment of Foot

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Pipe Major John MacDonald, 72nd Regiment (Duke of Albany's Own Highlanders) - whilst serving in the Crimean War in 1854

Drum Major ~ Lewis Pipe Band, Tattoo Hebrides. Stornoway, Scotland

Pipe major Alexander MacKellar of the 78th Ross-Shire Bluffs

Kirkin' O' the Tartan- I love to see these!

Piper David Beard of the 42nd Highlanders, The Black Watch

Piper George Findlater, Gordon Highlanders. Awarded the Victoria Cross for his gallantry at the storming of the Dargal Heights on the North West frontier of India in 1897. Findlater was decorated for continuing to play his pipes after he had been wounded and propped himself up and while exposed to enemy fire continued to play ‘The Haughs o’ Cromdale’... "I thought that the charge would be better led by a quick strathspey, but I was bleeding profusely and in a few minutes sickened."

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Two pioneers of the 78th Regiment of Foot in full dress.

Captain Robert Campbell Cuninghame,(Regt.Nº 2647?) 1st.Battalion, 42nd.(Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot. c.1855

72nd Drummers Room Edinburgh Caste 1886

A piper of the 78th Foot (Scotland), 1860

:::::::::::: Vintage Photograph :::::::::::: Soldier from the Canadian Highlander Regiment. 1917

John Peter Grant from Perthshire, Scotland. He was in the 79th Regiment of Foot from 1859 to 1869, serving in India.

Scotland's first public statue of Mary, Queen of Scots. The bronze, seven-foot statue of Mary stands on the Linlithgow Peel, looking out over the palace, where she was born.

pub, Notting Hill, London

92nd Regiment Officer wearing medal CDV . Note the forage cap.

Stour River in Canterbury, England

Isle of Mull, Scotland

The Highlands, Scotland

Castell Dolbadarn