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Scotland Magazine Issue 16

Scotland Magazine Issue 16

Scotland Magazine Issue 16

In this issue - Super Sutherland - Aviemore - Famous Battlefields - A taste of the sea - Barra - Ospreys - Border castles - Rosslyn chapel - Malt whisky special

Published September 2004

Scotland's beating heart
Dominic Roskrow sings the praises of Scotch whisky

September 2004, Issue 16, page 3

Moving forward in the Highlands
Roddy Martine talks...

September 2004, Issue 16, page 7

Kinnoull Hill Perth
This issue successful Hollywood actor Brian Cox picks his favourite place. Main text and pictures by Andy Hall

September 2004, Issue 16, page 14

Thirlestane Castle - A border castle packed with surprises
Charles Douglas visits Thirlestane in the Scottish Borders

September 2004, Issue 16, page 16

You take the low road...
John Hannavy visits some of the spectacular castles to the south of Edinburgh and Glasgow

September 2004, Issue 16, page 18

Shrouded in mystery and farce...
The Gowrie Conspiracy is one of the stranger incidents in Scottish history. James Irvine Robertson tries to make sense of the event, which happened more than 400 years ago

September 2004, Issue 16, page 20

In praise of ospreys
The osprey represents one of Scotland's most spectacular success stories, having re-established itself there without human intervention. Graham Holliday reports

September 2004, Issue 16, page 22

In celebration of fishing
Fishing has played a major role in Scottish life for generations. Vivien Devlin celebrates Fish Week in Ullapool

September 2004, Issue 16, page 24

Battlefields and beauty spots
David Gordan highlights some of Scotland's most famous battle sites

September 2004, Issue 16, page 28

Sutherland – seeing the sights
Sally Toms reports on the isolation, history, and variety of this unique Scottish landscape

September 2004, Issue 16, page 35

Sutherland
The best places to visit, stay and eat, by Sally Toms

September 2004, Issue 16, page 38

A very special Discovery
The Discovery now resides on the River Tay and is packed with history. David Bowers visited it

September 2004, Issue 16, page 42

Scotland's top adventure playground?
The Aviemore and Cairngorm district of the Highlands is undergoing a major transformation. Dominic Roskrow gives this special report

September 2004, Issue 16, page 44

Small is beautiful
IN EXCLUSIVE ASSOCIATION WITH HotelReviewScotland.com

September 2004, Issue 16, page 48

No better time to try seafood
The first week of October is Seafood Week organised by the Seafish Industry Authority. We mark it by publishing some recipes using Scottish fish and seafood

September 2004, Issue 16, page 50

Rosslyn Chapel and The Da Vinci Code
The Da Vinci Code is one of the year's most talked about books. Mark Oxbrow looks at the mystery and the link with the Rosslyn Chapel

September 2004, Issue 16, page 54

All the allure of Whisky Galore
Barra in the Outer Hebrides takes some getting to. But as Robin McKelvie reports, its mix of history and stunning nature make it worth the effort

September 2004, Issue 16, page 58

The clan of the gods? (Mackenzies)
In the latest in our series on great clans of Scotland James Irvine Robertson considers the Mackenzies

September 2004, Issue 16, page 62

The lifeblood of Scotland
It's often said that whisky runs through Scotland's veins. But it influences the country's culture and heritage, too. Dominic Roskrow introduces some of the country's greatest malts

September 2004, Issue 16, page 66

Antique golf ball is a big hit
200 year old golf ball...

September 2004, Issue 16, page 74

Artists show up for charity
More than 800 original paintings and sculptures by Scottish artists

September 2004, Issue 16, page 74

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