Scone Palace archway is restored after van crash


A historic archway at Scone Palace in Perthshire has been restored after it was reduced to rubble by a van.

The 16th Century arch, which sits in the grounds of the palace, was all that remained of the approach to the former Augustinian abbey at Scone.

It was destroyed in September 2010 when a contractor crashed into it.

Lorna Gordon reports from Scone Palace.

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