Friday, 24 February 2012

Caputh Bridge and the River Tay

This stretch of the River Tay is the Glendelvine Beat and it was here in 1922 that Miss Georgina Ballantine landed a salmon weighing in at 64 pounds the largest British Salmon caught by rod and reel recorded thus far.

1 comment:

Lorna said...

I tried to get into Caputh church once but it was locked. I suppose the answer is to attend a church service, but it's a real shame that village churches have to be locked nowadays. I remember years ago it was common for churches to remain open during the day and I used to enjoy visiting them through the week when there was no-one else there.