Welcome to BestViewedFromAbove.co.uk a website displaying images and video from various platforms in and around the Aberdeen area.


As the site develops we will be posting help and tips for all you new people out there as well as very soon offering Aerial Photography services on completion of my certification course.

New Pictures - Camelot Abandoned Theme Park, England

Saturday 17th February 2018


Aerial pictures of the Camelot Theme Park which is an abandoned theme park located in Lancashire, England just off the M6 motorway.


Closed in 2012 after a very difficult year due to a few big events which saw numbers drop below what was ecconomically viable it has layed untouch since. A few rides have been sold on.


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New Pictures - Glasgow, Some of the Sights

Sunday 11th February 2018

A few aerial pictures of some of the key thing to see in Glasgow. Didn't get to do all that I planned to due to the weather and other commitments whilst there but worth a share and when back hopefully the weathers better.


Finnieston Crane/Stobcross Crane
SSE Hydro


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New Video - Nigg Bay Harbour Development (Aberdeen South Harbour)

Tuesday 6th February 2018

Brand New! Aerial video of the ongoing Nigg Bay Harbour Construction to bring further capabilites to the local area. Click Here to View

New Pictures - Balmedie Quarry, Belhelvie, Aberdeenshire

Monday 1st January 2018

Aerial Pictures of Balmedie Quarry which opened in 1919 just outside the village of Belhelvie in Aberdeenshire which is 7 miles to the North of the city of Aberdeen. Covering an area of betweenn 6.41-6.58 hectares it produces a large volume and range of Bituminous mixtures characterised as Asphalt concrete and Hot rolled asphalts. Some of which were used in the road between Ellon and the Bridge of Don.


Aberdeenshire Council have owned this since 1932.


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New Pictures - Slains Castle, Scotland

Monday 4th December 2017


Aerial Pictures if Slains Castle sited to the north of the town of Cruden Bay. It was originally build around 1597 by Earl of Erroll where its had a few upgrades and extensions before going to ruin to its current state.


Its thought to also been features in the book Dragula


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New Pictures - Neptunes Staircase, Scotland

Thursday 31st August 2017

Aerial Pictures of the Neptune Staircase near Fort William is part of the Caledonian Canal on the west coast of Scotland.


Its Britain's longest staircase using Locks to lift the boats 20 meters through the eight seperate gates.


Built by Thomas Telford between 1803 and 1822.


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New Pictures - Glenfinnan Viaduct, Scotland

Monday 14th August 2017


Aerial Pictures of the Glenfinnan Viaduct sited in Inverness-shire, Scotland which is a rail bridge built in 1901 that spans 380 meters over the River Finnan.


If you time it right and are Harry Potter fans then the Hogwarts Express steam train goes over this and its an amazing sight to see.


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