RMAC7TMY–Crathie Parish church Balmoral where Royal family worships Scotland UK
RMDJ2A6A–Crathie Kirk near Balmoral, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
RMER5D4F–Balmoral Castle, Crathie, Aberdeenshire
RMG58MF9–Commander Tim Laurence and the Princess Royal (formerly Princess Anne) smile after their marriage at Crathie Church, near Balmoral, Scotland.
RF2HJT94E–Crathie Valley, Balmoral. Aberdeenshire (1913)
RFDXEC3T–Crathie Church, Royal Deeside
RMAXNNCD–Crathie's Church, Royal deeside, Scotland, UK.
RMHT2EM5–'Driving from Crathie Church', 1935 (1937). Artist: Unknown.
RMRY9TG0–Model Cottages Erected at Crathie, by Order of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, UK, 1851
RMF1KX57–Balmoral Castle, near Crathie, Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland has been one of the residences of the British royal family since 1852, when the estate and its original castle were bought by Prince Albert, the husband of Queen Victoria. Soon afterwards the house was found to be too small and the current Balmoral Castle was commissioned in the Scottish baronial style from architect William Smith of Aberdeen.
RF2A8R0A4–Balmoral Castle and Crathie Church Hidden by Trees in This Autumnal View of the Cairngorms National Park
RMB57PYH–Moorland of the Cairngorm National Park, between Crathie and Gairnshiel, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe
RMT0N0MA–Crathie Bridge; Scotland; UK
RF2HKDYAE–Inspired by The Church of Crathie, Balmoral, George Washington Wilson, Aberdeen, c. 1860 - c. 1865, albumen print, height 8.4 mm × width 17.4 mm, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RM2HGW6BG–Crathie, Middlesex County, Canada, Ontario, N 43 1' 44'', W 81 37' 49'', map, Timeless Map published in 2021. Travelers, explorers and adventurers like Florence Nightingale, David Livingstone, Ernest Shackleton, Lewis and Clark and Sherlock Holmes relied on maps to plan travels to the world's most remote corners, Timeless Maps is mapping most locations on the globe, showing the achievement of great dreams
RMAPCXHA–Crathie Church Royal Deeside Aberdeesnhire
RMDPAC0G–Crathie Kirk in autumn, near Balmoral, Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
RFWAEB10–Old Stone Bridge, Gairnshiel Bridge, Crathie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
RFHJN66A–BALMORAL CAIRNS BALMORAL ESTATE CRATHIE TYPICAL PATHWAY ON THE CAIRN TRAIL
RFHTAWRB–Crathie Kirk Church near Balmoral Castle in the Scottish Highlands. UK.
RMDRHJT5–Crathie Bridge over River Isla near Meigle, Scotland
RM2CAWX4J–Crathie Kirk where Queen Elizabeth II usually attends Sunday Service during her summer break at Balmoral.
RFH3EWAG–SCOTLAND Crathie Kirk and Manse 1850. Illustrated London News
RFGEYBD2–Crathie Church, Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire
RMD01JXW–Crathie Kirk beside the village of Crathie in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire
RFEHKFC9–Crathie Kirk, Aberdeenshire
RMDDW3E8–MODEL COTTAGES ERECTED AT CRATHIE, BY ORDER OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA, UK, 1851
RM2GA73PG–A late 19th century view of Crathie Kirk, a small Church of Scotland parish church in the Scottish village of Crathie, best known for being the regular place of worship of the British royal family when they are in residence at the nearby Balmoral Castle. Queen Victoria laid the foundation stone for a new, much larger, church in 1893. The church, built in the fashionable Gothic revival style by Elgin architect A. Marshall Mackenzie, was completed in 1895.
RMANE19F–Snow at Crathie Church Balmoral
RMATG2HM–Crathie Church on Balmoral Estate
RMHN36AY–Crathie Pass in Winter in the Cairngorms National Park.
RM2HKRCNX–River Dee; Crathie; Scotland; UK
RF2HKYXH1–Art inspired by The Church of Crathie, Balmoral, George Washington Wilson, Aberdeen, c. 1860 - c. 1865, photographic support, cardboard, albumen print, height 8.4 mm × width 17.4 mm, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RMB1HNYF–Newly married couple at Crathie Church or Kirk, Aberdeenshire, Scotland uk
RMB78887–Crathie Church, Crathie Royal Deeside Aberdeenshire Scotland
RMDPABAJ–Crathie Kirk in autumn, near Balmoral, Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
RFWAEB3C–Old Stone Bridge, Gairnshiel Bridge, Crathie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
RFHJN1D2–BALMORAL CAIRNS BALMORAL ESTATE CRATHIE ONE SIDE OF THE PURCHASE CAIRN AND DISTANT HILLS
RF2J14XEK–Crathie Kirk, a small Church of Scotland parish church near Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland UK
RMS30HXX–Crathie Girder Bridge. An Iron Bridge over the River Dee to Balmoral Castle, in Crathie, Scotland, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
RMW8RM3A–The Prince of Wales leaves Crathie Kirk, near Balmoral, after Sunday morning church service.
RMA8F37A–dh Crathie DEESIDE ABERDEENSHIRE Royal church Balmoral snow scene
RMD3AR6J–Crathie Kirk, Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe.
RMATAGDD–River Gairn and grouse moorland beyond on Coire an t Slugain Eastern edge of Cairngorms near Crathie
RMDDW3E5–INTERIOR OF CRATHIE CHURCH, WHERE HER MAJESTY AND HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALBERT ATTENDED DIVINE SERVICE. THE SERVICE
RM2JC507M–The side entrance to Crathie Church opposite Balmoral Castle
RF2HG4KH9–Crathie Kirk in Balmoral (Scotland)
RMB6TJNT–Crathie church near Balmoral in a grove of larch trees
RMCF38AE–A view over Cairn on Crathie with the Cairngorms behind.
RMT0N0MN–Crathie; Royal Regiment of Scotland Leaving Crathie Church; Scotland; UK
RMRWA4WA–Crathie Church, Scotland, United Kingdom
RFB1HP0E–Newly married couple at Crathie Churck or Kirk, Balmoral, Scotland uk
RMDJ2A9A–Crathie Kirk near Balmoral, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
RMDPAD6P–Crathie Kirk in autumn, near Balmoral, Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
RFA3M885–Crathie parish church used by the Royal family when at nearby Balmoral
RFD7HTWH–CRATHIE KIRK IN SPRING THE CHURCH USED BY THE ROYAL FAMILY NEAR BALMORAL ABERDEENSHIRE SCOTLAND
RF2J14YM4–Crathie Kirk, a small Victorian Church of Scotland parish church near Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland UK
RMS30HY1–Under the Crathie Girder Bridge. An Iron Bridge over the River Dee to Balmoral Castle, in Crathie, Scotland, designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
RMW8RMJX–Soliders arrive to provide the guard of honour at Crathie Kirk, near Balmoral, ahead of the Sunday morning church service.
RFMN9PP6–Lochnagar from the North Bank of the Dee, West of Crathie. Scotland 1886 print
RMAGCCEB–dh Crathie DEESIDE ABERDEENSHIRE Royal church Balmoral snow scene
RMD39J4N–Crathie Kirk, Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe.
RMD00FM4–An ornate wooden roof covering the entrance to Crathie Church near Balmoral in Scotland.
RMRY9TFY–Interior of Crathie Church, Where Her Majesty and His Royal Highness Prince Albert Attended Divine Service. The Service Was Performed by the Rev. Dr. Macfarian, Principal of Glasgow University', UK, 1851
RM2JC507P–The side entrance to Crathie Church opposite Balmoral Castle
RF2HG4KHB–Crathie Kirk in Balmoral (Scotland)
RMB6TJME–Crathie church near Balmoral in a grove of larch trees
RMCF31EC–Crathie Church, also known as Crathie Kirk, has been attended by the Royal Family since 1848 due to its proximity to Balmoral Ca
RFE74T3B–Stained glass window at Crathie Kirk, where the British Royal Family worship when in residence at Balmoral Castle, Scotland.
RFRYEKX7–Footpath, woodland, Crathie Kirk, Scotland, UK
RM2M3NP6F–Accompanied by her grandmother, Queen Mary, and grandfather, King George V, Princess Elizabeth travels by carriage to a service at Crathie Church during a stay at Balmoral. Date: 1932
RMDJ2A57–Crathie Kirk near Balmoral, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
RMAPE34E–Crathie Church Aberdeenshire GPLM 1014
RMEJNC4P–Princess Elizabeth sitting in the horse drawn carriage with her grandparents King George V and Queen Mary on the way back to Balmoral after attending church at nearby Crathie. 5th September 1932. 00124625
RFHJN50M–BALMORAL CAIRNS BALMORAL ESTATE CRATHIE PRINCESS LOUISES CAIRN SURROUNDED BY SCOTS PINE TREES AND HEATHER
RF2J14XTF–Crathie Kirk, a small Victorian Church of Scotland parish church near Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland UK
RMS30HXT–Crathie Suspension Bridge, Near Balmoral, Scotland
RMW8RM38–Queen Elizabeth II leaves Crathie Kirk after attending a Sunday church service near Balmoral where she is currently spending her summer holidays.
RFMHFM8N–Abergeldie Castle is situated on the banks of the Dee, about two miles below Crathie Parish Church, opposite a hill called Crai…
RMAGCCED–dh Crathie DEESIDE ABERDEENSHIRE Royal church Balmoral snow scene wintertime trees wood
RMD3AR76–Gravestone of John Brown. Crathie, Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe.
RME124AE–Aug. 08, 1985 - Queen Mother Organises Sale Of Work Queen And Princess Margaret Lend A Hand: H.M. the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Margaret 'lent a hand'' at the sale of work organised by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother at Abergeldy Castle, near Balmoral, to raise funds for building a vestry at Crathie Church, where the Royal Family worship during their holidays at Balmoral. Photo Shows From behind the counter of her sale of work stall Princess Margaret smiles at enthusiastic customers. She was assisted at the stall by the Hon
RM2HB7FRR–The Church of Crathie, Balmoral (title on object), George Washington Wilson (mentioned on object), Aberdeen, c. 1860 - c. 1865, photographic support, cardboard, albumen print, height 8.4 mm × width 17.4 mm
RMD01JYY–The River Dee from Balmoral, Aberdeenshire
RMH6XA45–A leafy bough of a tree overhanging the River Dee at Crathie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, United Kingdom.
RMB6TJPX–Crathie church near Balmoral in a grove of larch trees
RMCF31FN–Crathie Church, also known as Crathie Kirk, has been attended by the Royal Family since 1848 due to its proximity to Balmoral Ca
RMJY1DNM–Balmoral Castle, Scottish residence of the Royal Family, Crathie, Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
RFRWA4P1–Crathie Church services notice, Crathie Kirk, Scotland, UK
RM2M9B26E–Scottish hills and lochs: - Balmoral Castle - a large estate house in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, owned by Queen Elizabeth II. It is near the village of Crathie
RMDJ2A8A–Crathie Kirk near Balmoral, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, UK
RMAPE34C–Crathie Church in Autumn Aberdeenshire GPLM 1013
RM2GA742C–A late 19th century view of Invercauld Bridge, also known as Bridge of Dee crosses the River Dee near Invercauld, between Crathie (Balmoral) and Braemar on the A93 road. The Old Bridge dating back to 1753 was built by Major Caulfeild as part of the military road from Perthshire through the mountains to Speyside.
RFD7HW99–CRATHIE KIRK OR CHURCH IN SPRING PLACE OF WORSHIP FOR THE ROYAL FAMILY DURING THEIR STAY AT BALMORAL ABERDEENSHIRE SCOTLAND
RF2J14YGD–Crathie Kirk, a small Victorian Church of Scotland parish church near Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland UK
RMS30HXW–Crathie Kirk Church, Near Balmoral Castle, Scotland
RMW8RM3C–Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of York leave Crathie Kirk after attending a Sunday church service near Balmoral where she is currently spending her summer holidays.
RFMXP3RT–Deeside The Lochnagar Distillery; the parish church of Crathie. Scotland 1848. The Illustrated London News
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