The County-Formerly-known-as-Perthshire, Scotland, was called “the big county” due to its wide variety of landscapes. The county was abolished in 1975 and split into Central and Tayside Regions; both in the Highlands. This stone cottage and view is just too dreamy.
The railroad was used to transport French and other allied soldiers during war. It is recently been in a state of partial abandonment, but France has been working hard to make this a national heritage site.