magnet fishing uk the river forth historic stirling bridge close to a pagan site

magnet fishing uk the river forth historic stirling bridge close to a pagan site


well good morning guys we are back out on the river forth a heron or a comrad up here we are going magnet fishing off this centuries old bridge and I meant its really really old take a look down there what an old bridge eh so we are going to magnet fish here this morning if I can reach down and see what we can pluck out from this river there got to be stuff down there there some seriously big embankment I didn’t fancy going down that jungle to get there so I though ill see if my rope reaches from the bridge and if it doesn’t it doesn’t its just one of those things we will move on so let see what we can get magnet fishing the river forth lets dip this magnet up and down here and ill get back to you guys on the first hit here we go e have the first cast coming in there we go its a totty peeler that’s been down there for some time check the colour of that haha a wee totty peeler on a live cast well I cant do live casts cause of the winds going to do a couple of live casts and show it and maybe add music to it there you go we have a bit of something wall bracket? and we have got ourself a chibaroonie in Scotland we call that a knife anywhere else they call it a knife we call it a chib big crusty old rusty knife magnet fishing the river forth well here we go guys weve got something else in not sure what it is bit of crusty metal to something it is a something and 2 coins we have a 2p and a 1p this could be just a bolt or one that bolts onto the wall for the door no idea if you know let us know again a little 2p and a 1p well there you go a we pocket of pennys 50 euro cent there just goes to show tourists and throwing in a coin for a wish never seen that one before yeah who is that on the coin 50 cents anyway lots of 1p and 2p straight from the bottom and they’ve been in there for a long time so there you go some little coins I think probably for a wish from the river forth there you go another cast another find pad lock that’s a bit of an old one been in there a long time a wee abus padlock check that out look how crusty it is there you magnet fishing magnet fishings hard its not easy again weve hit that pocket of coins another wee penny has come up and yeah it is a touristy place stirling where am magnet fishing right now you do expect coins like that the next place am moving on to the battle of Stirling bridge because we didn’t know the first time we did this it wasn’t actually the battle of Stirling bridge it was the tourists bridge that tt have said is the battle bridge so this time we are going to do the proper bridge be good to get a medieval sword or something we will carry on here for a we bit and see what else comes out an yeah not much coming out right now ive been on both sides and probably soon im going to chuck it here gonna do a couple of cast and see what we get you can only sit and imagine the centuries action that went on in a place like stirling there mas medieval people here this bridge could be 1700’s its old got a very old age to it this is the new on the cars go over the river forth I mean where ever theres rivers there was medieval people it is beautiful stirling castle is just either over that hill or that hill the Wallace monument if this gets too windy I do apologise just giving you a little bit of the history that house there has some age to it believe it or not its well hidden by what its been painted with there we go more coins more coins seems to be a wee spot in the middle of the bridge where everybody comes between the two arches theres two indents and that seems to be where all the coins are coming from between the middle and two arches are where all these coins are thrown in for a wish on that note guys not a lot of great stuff coming out hope you’ve enjoyed the video I wish it could be better but yeah its magnet fishing good luck happy hunting please like and subscribe

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