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The Tay Road Bridge Disaster (Apologies to WM)

Beautiful Road Bridge of the Silvery Tay!

Alas I am very sorry to say

The Royal Arch and the Empress Ballroom they

And indeed the beloved Fifies have been taken away, 249 more words

RALPHIE (April 1984)

In the glaur of a back office

below the Law,

a shaky colour screen flickers to life,

a latter day Roman Colosseum

and a people’s club two up… 55 more words

18.09.2004 – Day 7: Dunkeld


Dunkeld (Dùn Chailleann in Gälisch) ist eine Kleinstadt am Fluss Tay in den Schottischen Highlands. Der Ort liegt etwa zwei Kilometer nördlich des Dorfes Birnam, das in William Shakespeares Drama Macbeth als Birnam Wood eine wichtige Rolle spielt. 280 more words


Demolition Team

The Dundee Waterfront redevelopment continues apace with the focus on the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ of the rising V&A Museum. And it’s easy to forget that one of the most detested architectural carbuncles in the history of the city had to be brought down to make way for all this. 161 more words

Curious carvings in Perth

While strolling along the River Tay in Perth a few days ago, I came across some stone carvings I hadn’t noticed before. Along the west bank of the river, set into the flood prevention wall, was a curious array of artworks apparently relating in some way to the city of Perth. 246 more words


Chalk Face Warrior

There must be about

fifty in the class

elbow by elbow.

He keeps prodding me

instead of drawing.

Annie’s on my left,

diamond in the glaur, 126 more words