Photo a day – February 2, 2012, Misty Culloden Battlefield


High in the Scottish Highlands lies the misty moor known as Culloden Battlefield where the 1746 massacre occurred. Fought between Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jacobite forces and the English army, the resistance fighters were slaughtered trying to sludge through the moor.

The moor is the sight of the last pitched battlefield in Great Britain and a special place to visit, especially with the incredible narrative guides that steer you through the battlefield. Visit all my posts from England, Wales and Scotland

Inverness, Scotland – – – Photos, Stories and Traveling with Krushworth episode
Soaked by wind ravaged Scottish lochs; trudge through the rainy moors

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