Various Videos of Drone footage over Paisley

Prepare to be amazed and also stunned by seeing Paisley from a different and unique angle from the normal, only helicopter pilots (and birds of course) have ever been able to see, now with the advancement of drone photography the normal members of the public can get to see some pretty amazing places, from the centre of Paisley to the remote locations on Gleniffer Braes and water locked places such as Stanley Castle.

All drone footage is shot, edited and upload by our good friend Paisley Buddie who is quite happy to take requests within limits and the rules.

Paisley Buddie can also be hired for events just email brian@paisley.org.uk and I will relay the info on.

Paisley Buddie strives to keep to the rules if your request is against the rules he will not do it.

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Erskine Bridge

Beautiful video of the stunning Erskine Bridge over the River Clyde shows the mouth of the river at Dumbarton and also Yoker, Erskine and the old slipways to the river on each side. Shot by Paisley Buddie and kindly given to the Paisley site. At all times (even though it looks close) the drone is far enough away from the bridge and the traffic would not have even seen the tiny drone. Safety First always.

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Robertson Park Renfrew on a very dreich day.

Drone footage sent in by Paisley Buddie of Renfrews lovely Robertson Park, albeit on a dreich day and empty which allowed the drone to fly nice and safely.

(taken by Paisley Buddie for the Paisley website following the drone rules)

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Drone around the stadium of Paisley’s finest the saints down at Greenhill Road. St Mirren F.C with a few different views.

Nobody was in the stadium and no event was on, also the drone pilot kept to the desired height (lower than the floodlights tbh) thanks again to Paisley Buddie, he really was up against the weather today but gave us another excellent video… #positivepaisley

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Paisley Buddie was out again today before the rain came down and managed to get some footage of the back of Abbey Mill Business Centre with its impressive chimney stack (he was going to go up that bit higher but the wind was starting to howl).

He pans around so you can see all of Seedhill and other parts of the town, unfortunately, the Anchor Rec (The Pitz) was in the glare of the sunshine. #positivepaisley

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Taking the dog and drone out for a walk, that was fun.. Barshaw park first thing this morning just joggers and dog walkers out.

Which was perfect timing to fly about using the drone and capture things from the old railway, Barshaw Golf Club, the big pond newly refurbished, new kids park and then a fly to the peace gardens. Thanks to Paisley Buddie for this great view of one of the largest parks in Paisley.

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Drone flight over the two Glenburn Linn’s

“Next time I will get some more breath about me and do Tannahills well..” Courtesy of Paisley Buddie..

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Drone launched from the Car park in the sky overviewing Foxbar and further afield courtesy of Paisley Buddie

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Drone Footage with Durrockstock Park, or the dam as its known locally, with footage of Oliphant Court the last remaining high rise in Foxbar.

We also pass by the side of Montrose Care home, the area has changed dramatically in years gone by.

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Ferguslie Park Gardens as seen from a drone passing around the main pond just as the sun sets, lovely video.

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Drone footage taken during the holidays of all the schools in Foxbar.

From Gleniffer high school, the newly built St Paul’s Primary to Brediland and Heriot Primary schools.

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Stanely Castle is located in the waters of Stanely Reservoir, to the south of Paisley, Scotland, at the foot of the Gleniffer Braes. It was probably built in the early 15th century, on an island within a marsh. The castle is now a ruin. Since 1837 it has been partially submerged by the reservoir and is completely inaccessible. When the water is drained it can be seen that the castle stands on a narrow promontory, which is connected to the reservoir bank on the southwest.

(note at no point were any drone rules broken and the flight was carried out in a safe manner) Courtesy of Paisley Buddie for the Paisley website.

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Drone Flight over Paisley Harbour whilst the tide was out, the harbour has not been used in years, you can see Abercorn Street to the front whilst the drone is launched. The drone then had a safe flight over the Grand Fountain inside the Fountain Gardens which were very quiet, You can see the Burns Statue in the video too. Courtesy of Paisley Buddie.


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Taken at a quiet time whilst (very) dark a safe a flight with the drone around Paisley Abbey, then facing towards the High Street, Paisley Town Hall and the Big Wheel. Also a flight up the River Cart from Bridge Street staying in the middle of the channel of the River Cart above the Christmas Lights. Then a flight past the stunning Coats Memorial which is all lit up, then we face the John Neilson Institution before safely coming to a halt at the base of the gothic stairs. Courtesy of Paisley Buddie.


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A wee (safe} fly on Boxing day across the Hammills and Anchor Mill, Paisley Abbey and the Town Hall to The top of the now abandoned TA Halls where you can see how much damage the roof has sustained also a wee spin around the top of Thomas Coats Memorial. Thanks to Paisley Buddie for sending this in.

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