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Scotland Magazine Issue 24

Scotland Magazine Issue 24

Scotland Magazine Issue 24

In this issue - Perthshire - New tourist attractions - Edinburgh in words - Shetland's burning - Arbroath smokies - Iona - Travel to and around Scotland

Published January 2006

Thrilled to chill
Dominic Roskrow on the joys of a Scottish winter

January 2006, Issue 24, page 3

Scotland'smaritime legacy
The exhibition Books on Ice: the British and American Literature on Polar Exploration which was due to be held at the Grolier Club in New York City over Christmas and New Year marks the end of an impr...

January 2006, Issue 24, page 7

The Isle of Harris
Photographer Andy Hall captures the favourite place of the Queen's artist

January 2006, Issue 24, page 14

House on the hill
Charles Douglas visits Hill Houser, Helensburgh, a house purpose-built for a lover of ‘the plain style'

January 2006, Issue 24, page 16

A glimpse of scott's Edinburgh
Part six of our journey through Scott's Scotland. Written and photographed by John Hannavy

January 2006, Issue 24, page 18

The most famous Fillan
There have been 16 Saint Fillans. James Irvine Robertson recalls the eighth century one

January 2006, Issue 24, page 20

Getting your goat
The primitive goat is becoming a rare sight. Graham Holliday gives hints as to where to see one

January 2006, Issue 24, page 22

A perfect ten
What are the best newer places to visit in 2006? Kate Patrick picks her favourites

January 2006, Issue 24, page 24

Family day out in a city of literature
Edinburgh is awash with literary references. Kate Patrick planned a family day out

January 2006, Issue 24, page 28

Perthshire – Scotland's ‘big county'
Perthshire has often found itself at the epicentre of Scottish events, not least because of its geographical location. Ian Buxton acts as tour guide

January 2006, Issue 24, page 33

A labour of love
Castle Venlaw is a fairytale hotel a few miles south of Edinburgh. Sally Toms stayed there

January 2006, Issue 24, page 40

All up in smoke
Alex Mead looks at how Arbroath became world-famous for smoked haddock

January 2006, Issue 24, page 42

Festival of music
Celtic Connections is a breeding ground for new talent. Helene Dunbar reports

January 2006, Issue 24, page 43

Hidden luxury in the Highlands
Alladale is a vast estate packed with natural beauty. It can also host visitors in luxury. Ian Mitchell visited it

January 2006, Issue 24, page 44

Bite-size delights
Canapés have an important role to play at parties, says Sue Lawrence. But keep them simple

January 2006, Issue 24, page 48

Festival of fire
The Up Helly Aa Festival makes for one of the most visually stunning events on the planet. Maggie Stanfield went along

January 2006, Issue 24, page 52

On a historical Roller coaster (Clan MacNab)
James Irvine Robertson looks at the history of Clan MacNab

January 2006, Issue 24, page 56

Saints, sinners and cuddly ducks
St Cuthbert's Way is a pathway stretching more than 60 miles. Sue Kendrick went for a stroll

January 2006, Issue 24, page 58

Capital's military connection
In the final part of our series on Scotland's army regiments, Mark Nicholls looks at the Edinburgh-based Royal Scots, the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards and the role of the Scots Guards

January 2006, Issue 24, page 62

Spirtual journey
In the first of a new series on Scottish holy buildings Ian Mitchell visits Iona

January 2006, Issue 24, page 65

No longer a a destination nightmare
Scotland is benefiting from greatly improved transport facilities. Sally Toms looks at how to travel to, from and around Scotland

January 2006, Issue 24, page 69

Art and antiques news
Sally Toms rounds up the latest shows and exhibitions

January 2006, Issue 24, page 74

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