Day 5: 15 August 2019: Exploring Inverness – Part 3
I tried to find some information on Ladies Walk and the War Memorial, but there is not much.
Dad and I walked until we reached the War Memorial. We then crossed the bridge over the Ness River to continue our walk. It was a cool evening and we were starting to get hungry and decided to search for a restaurant or pup for dinner.
I took some photos along the way. If I had the time I would have stayed longer and walked further down the river, but it was getting late and we still had to walk back to the guesthouse after dinner.
War Memorial, Ladies Walk, Inverness
18 foot high Celtic cross of red Corsehill sandstone carved with Celtic ornament and a sword; cross stands on tall
stepped base on which are carved the armorial bearings of the Burgh of Inverness. Wing walls paneled with tablets
bearing names of the dead enclose the cross on 3 sides and terminate in square-plan tapering piers.
Thank you very much for taking the time to join me on my travels through Scotland. I hope you enjoyed it just as much as I did.
Till next time, safe travels and keep dreaming.
Have a fabulous day.