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Wallace Monument - View South
Title: Wallace Monument - View South
Description: This view south shows Stirling Castle sitting majestically at the highest point of the city. The newly painted Great Hall stands out well amongst the grey castle buildings.
Date: July 2004
Wallace Monument - View East
Title: Wallace Monument - View East
Description: The river Forth at its most twisty as it passes the Forth valley between Stirling and Edinburgh. In the foregound is the Stirling to Alloa railway with Kincardine bridge and power station in the background.
Date: July 2004
Wallace Monument - View North East
Title: Wallace Monument - View North East
Description: This view east is dominated by the Ochil hills and the flat land of the Forth valley.
Date: May 1993
Wallace Monument - View East
Title: Wallace Monument - View East
Description: Comparing this view with the similar picture above, taken over 20 years later, shows a few new roads have appeared but the landscape remains the same.
Date: July 1982
Wallace Monument - View South
Title: Wallace Monument - View South
Description: The switchback nature of the River Forth is clearly seen in this view of Stirling from the Wallace Monument.
Date: July 1982
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