3-D Glenrothes War Memorial - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson

3-D Glenrothes

War Memorial

Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland

3-D Glenrothes War Memorial, Glenwood High School Memorial and Royal British Legion, lights out

Glenrothes War Memorial, This memorial commemorates the residents of Glenrothes who have been killed on active service. Six standing stones in a landscaped site in Church Street with seating and illumination costing £120,000.
Glenwood High School, South Parks Road, Glenrothes, KY6 1JX, Fife, Scotland, Oak tree planted for the sacrifice made in the great war and
the Royal British Legion, Cos Lane, Glenrothes, KY7 4AH, Fife, Scotland, lights out.
(Light's out was held 10pm to 11pm on 4th August 2014, in the U.K, the moment the U.K entered the First World War, 100 years ago.)

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3-D British Legion Glenrothes, lights-out 10pm to 11pm 4th August 2014.


Picture: 3-D British Legion Glenrothes, lights-out
10pm to 11pm 4th August 2014.

[Picture: Courtesy of The Royal British Legion.]


Photograph's in gallery by Graeme Watson
(All photos in gallery are from a 3-D camera phone, which make's use of two lenses,
the quality varies depending on weather conditions. (no flashes were used).)
(3-D vintage photos are from a 3-D software manipulation.)

3-D Private: Scott William McArdle

3-D Private: Scott William McArdle, 1st Battalion The Black Watch, based at Warminster.
3-D Private: Scott William McArdle.
1st Battalion The Black Watch, based at Warminster.
Killed by a suicide car-bomb attack on a vehicle check-point in Iraq on 4 November 2004.
Aged 22, he was single and came from Glenrothes. Scott McArdle had served in the Army six years, Glenrothes War Memorial.

3-D Private: Marc Ferns

3-D Private: Marc Ferns, 1st Battalion The Black Watch, based at Warminster.
3-D Private: Marc Ferns.
1st Battalion The Black Watch, based at Warminster.
Killed in an improvised explosive device attack in Basrah on 12 August 2004.
Aged 21, he was single and came from Glenrothes, previously served in Iraq with the Black Watch during major combat operations in the spring of 2003, Glenrothes War Memorial.

3-D Royal British Legion, Glenrothes

3-D Royal British Legion, Glenrothes, Tankered 617 - Copyright © 2016 Graeme Watson
3-D Tankered, 617

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