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Warren, English ophthalmologist, 1843-1927. See: Tay cherry-red spot, Tay-Sachs disease.
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A slalom canoe event due to be held on the River Tay has been cancelled as a mark of respect to his family and friends.
The he River Tay port can handle ships up to 90 metres in length, carrying 2500 tons of Tay port can handle ships up to 90 metres in length, carrying 2500 tons of T cargo, 24 hours a day.
The property boasts views over the River Tay and has a lounge, kitchen and bathroom plus gas central heating and many original features.
Located along the river Tay in Pitlochry, the property includes beautiful rustic lodges and stunning views.
The teenager got into difficulties on the River Tay, near Grandtully, in Perthshire yesterday afternoon.
Police said the private six-seater plane landed in the River Tay.
Only 23 survived; 1837: Queen Victoria, just 18 years old, ascended the throne after the death of her uncle William IV; 1887: Britain's longest railway bridge over the River Tay was opened; 1949: 'Gorgeous Gussie' Moran, US tennis player, caused a sensation at Wimbledon by wearing lace-trimmed panties under her short skirt; 1993: The first high-speed train completed a trial run through the channel tunnel; 1995: Shell abandoned dumping the Brent Spar oil platform in the Atlantic following protests from Greenpeace.
Underwater exploration company Subsea Explorer said data from an in depth survey of the River Tay, near Dundee, had helped pinpoint potential sites for the location of General George Monck's fleet of treasure laden ships.
More than 50 police officers scoured the River Tay at Perth - near where Sally disappeared early on Christmas Eve.
A DRUNKEN sailor was almost four times the legal booze limit while steering a 250ft, 1300-ton cargo vessel down the River Tay.
The area is home to some of Scotland's most beautiful scenery and Perth, on the banks of the River Tay, has something for everyone with modern shopping, nightlife and stunning countryside.