3-D The Black Watch Castle & Museum - Copyright © 2017 Graeme Watson

3-D The Black Watch

Castle & Museum

Hay Street, Perth, Scotland

3-D The Black Watch Castle & Museum

Balhousie Castle dates to 1631, but is believed to date a further three hundred years back. In 1962, the Castle became the Regimental Headquarters and Museum of The Black Watch.

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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.)

A painting showing a battalion of Black Watch recruits raised for service in North America being reviewed.

Painting showing a battalion of Black Watch recruits raised for service in North America being reviewed. By Unknown artist [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 100 years or less.
'A painting showing a battalion of Black Watch recruits raised for service in North America being reviewed. It hangs in the regimental museum at Balhousie Castle in Perth. This section shows a musket volley being fired from the front of the column. The two most prominent spires are those of the Merchants' Hall (left) and St. Andrews Church (right). Date circa 1758'

Black Watch at Fontenoy, 1745

The Royal Highland Regiment at Fontenoy, 1745. Signed and dated 'W. Skeoch Cumming/1894' (lower left). Date 1894 By William Skeoch Cumming (1864-1929) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons, This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or less.
'The Royal Highland Regiment at Fontenoy, 1745. Signed and dated 'W. Skeoch Cumming/1894' (lower left). Date 1894'

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