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Scotland Magazine Issue 14

Scotland Magazine Issue 14

Scotland Magazine Issue 14

In this issue - Supernatural Scotland - Whisky and Water - Cruising on the West coast - The magic of Edinburgh - Great car journeys - Steam boats - Who killed Darnley? - Loch Torridon

Published May 2004

Get back in the garden shed
Dominic Roskrow goes head to head with a top British journalist

May 2004, Issue 14, page 3

Living here isn't quite murder
Roddy Martine talks...

May 2004, Issue 14, page 7

A touch of madness
Charles Douglas visits Haddo House, home to some colourful people

May 2004, Issue 14, page 12

Forth rail bridge
The fourth celebrity to pick a favourite place in his homeland is writer Iain Banks, with words and pictures by photographer Andy Hall

May 2004, Issue 14, page 14

The scars of age and battle
John Hannavy taps in to the special atmosphere created by many ruined castles

May 2004, Issue 14, page 16

Scotland's cool for cats
Scottish wildcats are extremely rare, but it's still possible to spot them if you're patient enough, says Graham Holilday

May 2004, Issue 14, page 18

One of our greatest 'whodunnits'
James Irvine Robertson looks at the strange case of Lord Darnley - King Henry - who was a victim of political intrigue and murder

May 2004, Issue 14, page 20

Visiting those old haunts...
Roddy Martine, author of the book supernatural Scotland, picks Scotland's ten most haunted places

May 2004, Issue 14, page 22

Islands of inspiration
The outer Hebrides have become a haven for artists inspired by the contrasts and isolation of the islands. Ian Sclater travelled to meet them

May 2004, Issue 14, page 28

On the hunt for history
Many of Scotland's historical sites are worth a visit, but what if you had to pick a select few? David Gordon tries to do just that

May 2004, Issue 14, page 32

Head out to the hills
Hiring a car but not sure where to go? Tony Troon offers two more routes that should last about half a day and take you through contrasting areas of Scotland's beautiful landscape.

May 2004, Issue 14, page 36

Bravest hearts of them all? (The Campbells)
James Irvine Robertson continues his series on the great clans of Scotland. This issue:The Campbells

May 2004, Issue 14, page 40

The rail thing
Scotland's disused Victorian railways have reinvented themselves as venues for shopping, eating, sleeping and guarding our cultural heritage. Kate Patrick knows her station.

May 2004, Issue 14, page 42

Edinburgh – So much more than a castle
Roddy Martine has spent most of his life in Edinburgh and loves it. Here he explains why.

May 2004, Issue 14, page 46

Opportunities from oats
Sue Lawrence turns her attentions to one of Scotland's best loved and most important natural products

May 2004, Issue 14, page 55

Operating under their own steam
Relax a while, forget the rush and hurry of train and plane, and join Sara Wilson on a steam boat

May 2004, Issue 14, page 58

Hidden gems close to Edinburgh
In association with HotelReviewScotland.com

May 2004, Issue 14, page 62

Glasgow's gourmet gem
Kate Ennis samples one of Glasgow's finest restaurants

May 2004, Issue 14, page 64

Heart of the highlands
Mairi MacDonald visits Loch Torridon Country House Hotel

May 2004, Issue 14, page 66

Whisky and water: a perfect mix
There are worse ways to explore Scotland's west coast than by travelling in a flotilla. Richard Jones went on the classic malts cruise

May 2004, Issue 14, page 68

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