In the Carlisle museum of Tullie House, England was viewing light and sound show which gives a picture of a typical border attack by the plunderers or revivers, the nocturnal guerrilla battle that took place from the century of 12th to the mid-centuries of 17th. Sometimes there was a conflict between the neighboring kinfolk. Scottish were riding their kinfolk for the force, so that the occupation of the English, the enemies can be repelled.
The lights in the theatre have raised and the most of the visitors were Anglo Scottish who had identical surnames. And the people over there discovered that their whole geographical area was about to be occupied by others. The immigrants were known as Scotch Irish in the books of American history. While enquiring about the roots of family knots, one has to refer the books written by the ancestors during their time.
After a generation, the resolute and the tough people with their strong bonds of kinfolk were in the requirement of the fortunes in the North America with the loyalty. The descendant of them who went on the moon for the first time was Neil Armstrong. In the year 1092 Normans had built the place Carlisle Castle and also the place Carlisle Cathedral nearby. And it is noted for the medieval carvings, altar, and the windows with the stained glass, place the Walter Scott got married in the year 1797.
The taxi drivers of the head indication turns were expert in the history of local places as they take a round everywhere and gather the information. They provide the map to guide and give the information through the narration. River Tyne was at east and Solway Firth at west. Taxi drivers give information that in the A.D 122-128, the stone wall of the 73 mile was built. It was actually built by the Hadrian the Roman emperor for the protection of the north tribes of Roman Britain.
After 2000 years, the Romans left the place with their signal towers and the preserved forts, which were built from their engineering skills. After digging too much, the Roman proofs were available to store them in the museums.