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Burns National Heritage Park - Burns Monument
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Burns Monument
Description: The Burns National Heritage Park brings together many of the Robert Burns sites in the village of Alloway, just south of Ayr. It includes Burns Cottage, Burns Birthplace Museum, Burns Monument, the Auld Brig o' Doon and Alloway Auld Kirk. This view shows the Burns Monument which sits in an area of formal gardens alongside the River Doon.
Date: September 2011
Burns National Heritage Park - Burns Monument
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Burns Monument
Description: Statues of Tam o' Shanter and Souter Johnie from inside the monument.
Date: September 2011
Burns National Heritage Park - Auld Brig o' Doon
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Auld Brig o' Doon
Description: A view of the old bridge over the River Doon. Famous for the escape of Tam o' Shanter and his horse Meg from the witches.
Date: September 2011
Burns National Heritage Park - Brig o' Doon
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Brig o' Doon
Description: A view of the Auld Brig o' Doon from the 'new' bridge over the Doon.
Date: September 2011
Burns National Heritage Park - Brig o' Doon
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Brig o' Doon
Description: The Burns Monument as viewed from the Brig o' Doon.
Date: September 2011
Burns National Heritage Park
Title: Burns National Heritage Park
Description: A view of the Monument from the Brig 'o Doon from the 1980s.
Date: July 1985
Burns National Heritage Park - Auld Brig o' Doon
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Auld Brig o' Doon
Description: The view from the Monument takes in the river Doon and the famous bridge.
Date: July 1985
Burns National Heritage Park - Auld Brig o' Doon
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Auld Brig o' Doon
Description: The Auld Brig o' Doon close up.
Date: July 1985
Burns National Heritage Park - Alloway Auld Kirk
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Alloway Auld Kirk
Description: Alloway Auld Kirk is famous for the activities of the witches who feature in the poem Tam o' Shanter. Robert Burns father is buried here.
Date: September 2011
Burns National Heritage Park - William Burns Grave
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - William Burns Grave
Description: The father of Robert Burns, William Burns, is buried in the graveyard surrounding the kirk.
Date: September 2011
Burns National Heritage Park - Alloway Auld Kirk
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Alloway Auld Kirk
Description: A view of the Kirk from the 1980s.
Date: July 1985
Burns National Heritage Park - Alloway Parish Church
Title: Burns National Heritage Park - Alloway Parish Church
Description: The 'new' Alloway Parish Church is situated across the road from the Auld Kirk.
Date: September 2011
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