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9 Castles You Cannot Miss in Ireland! It goes without saying that no matter how you shake it, your trip to Ireland will involve some castle stops. Lucky for you, Ireland is chalk full of them and you will not struggle to come across one around every corner. Click to read more at http://www.divergenttravelers.com/9-castles-you-cannot-miss-ireland/

9 Castles You Cannot Miss in Ireland! It goes without saying that no matter how you shake it, your trip to Ireland will involve some castle stops. Lucky for you, Ireland is chalk full of them and you will not struggle to come across one around every corne

WW1. Scottish soldiers from the 1st Battalion Scots Guards during the battle of Loos, September 1915. The men are showing off their mill bombs whilst taking cover in the front lines. The 1st Battalion Scots Guards suffered heavy casualties during the battle of Loos. They would attempt to take the German held position known as Hill 70. During the charge, the Scots were caught in a German artillery bombardment, resulting in heavy casualties once again. By Dylan Millard.

‘B’ Company, Battalion Scots Guards in the 'Big Willie" trench at Loos, September/October (Note the Mills Bomb box to the right of the picture. Each box contained six grenades - three at each end - with a tin containing the igniter sets in the middle.

Slains ~ Scotish Highlands: Erigido en 1597, esta es una de las más famosas ruinas del castillo en Escocia, y fue utilizado por Bram Stoker como la inspiración para el castillo del malvado vampiro en su más famoso cuento sobrenatural "Drácula".

Slains Castle ~ Scotish Highlands: Erected in this is one of the most famous castle ruins in Scotland, and was used by Bram Stoker as the inspiration for the castle of the evil vampire in his most famous supernatural tale "Dracula.

Hermitage Castle, Scotland (Lots of pictures. Photographer says, "Despite the ruins, so much of Hermitage remains intact. The sense of history about the place is palpable...

Hermitage Castle, Scotland (Lots of pictures. Photographer says, "Despite the ruins, so much of Hermitage remains intact. The sense of history about the place is palpable.it did not have an overriding feeling of darkness or foreboding.