to the Maeshowe Webcam Site
Broadcasting will commence if we get permission
The broadband is currently down for some reason, not an equipment fault, the latest is that BT say "that there may be a fault",
we hope to have this fixed soon, "cannot connect with server". No update as yet. Dinna ha'ad thoor breeth.
For information on tours please call Skara Brae Visitor Centre on 01856 841815
Tormiston Mill is currently closed, access is only via Skara Brae Visitor Centre
|17 January 2013 Sunset Video||15 January 2013 Sunset Video|
|8 January 2013 Sunset Video||29 December 2012 Sunset Video|
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It is run by Charles and Magnus Tait on a voluntary basis and at their expense.
Ever year lightning fries cameras, routers, PoE switches.
a trip to Orkney?
This Internet broadcast from Orkney's 5,000 year-old Neolithic chambered cairn remains unique. There are three cameras sending images from Maeshowe. The other partner and co-founder in this project is Victor Reijs, who has done much work on archaeoastronomy and whose visit to Orkney in 1996 was the inspiration for the project.
We would like to thank everyone who has supported this project previously. The broadcast has only been made possible with the cooperation and assistance of a number of people and organisations, including Historic Scotland, David Griffith, Highland Park Distillery as well as Tait Publishing Ltd. We would particularly like to thank Historic Scotland and staff for their help and encouragement.
Charles & Magnus Tait