Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Old Smiddy Inn at Thrumster

On the road to Sarclet, at its junction with the A9.

Taken Tuesday, 26 June, 2007.

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15 comments:

  1. I like just about anything that is old-particularly architecture and cars! Thank you for the wonderful 'visit'!

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  2. I love old stone buildings!

    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  3. The inn looks like it has been around for a few years. I bet it's quaint inside!

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  4. neat old building. is this still used as an inn, or just a car park?

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  5. OOooo I love the old architecture. All the stones make such beautiful buildings.

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  6. Neat photo. I love the patched roof and the justaposition of old inn with 'car park'. Great visit.

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  7. I'll have a glass of white and a seat in the garden, please.
    Jane x

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  8. Looks wonderful. Nearly as if time stood still. Please have a good Wednesday.

    daily athens

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  9. Very nice! There's an old church here which was constructed using similar stones. Amazingly strong and lovely.

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  10. Oh so beautiful!

    A Splash of Orange made my ABC this week, come and see. Thank you!

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  11. I am getting addicted with this blogging hobby, I get to see beautiful places and learn interesting things. Very nice O you have here..

    Mind lOOking at my O entry?, have a nice day!

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  12. An oldie but a goodie. This inn is beautiful. That old stonework has held up years through the years. Love the “Car Park” sign. Had forgotten about that terminology until this photo jogged my memory.

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  13. Had a great time here. Great music, we went here with a tour and were treated to the best Gaelic music by Raymond Bremmer and two young men. One of the best nights in Scotland.

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  14. Had the pleasure of dining there recently, the food was fabulous as was the ambience :)

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