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Scotland Magazine Issue 25

Scotland Magazine Issue 25

Scotland Magazine Issue 25

In this issue - Going out for the summer - In search of seafood - Get on your bike - Orkney and Shetlands - Rodel Church - Loch Torridon - Robert the Bruce

Published February 2006

Warriors true and proud
Scotland's rugby team might have struggled in recent years but watching an international in Edinburgh is still a treat says Dominic Roskrow

February 2006, Issue 25, page 3

Fondest memories of a legendary Highlander
Holiday brochures wax lyrical about locations and sunsets, but there is nothing to compete with first-hand memory. That is why I was so very delighted to discover that an anthology of the essays of Se...

February 2006, Issue 25, page 7

Pattack Falls – Strathmashie, Badenoch
Photographer Andy Hall captures the favourite place of accordonist and musical producer Phil Cunningham

February 2006, Issue 25, page 14

Magic on Mull
Charles Douglas visits Torosay Castle on the Island of Mull

February 2006, Issue 25, page 16

Scotland's lonely lake
Scotland has plenty of lochs but just one lake. Written and photographed by John Hannavy

February 2006, Issue 25, page 18

A lament for Killicrankie
It was one of Scotland's bloodiest conflicts but Killicrankie is often forgotten today. James Irvine Robertson reports

February 2006, Issue 25, page 20

Snakes alive
Not much can hurt you in Scotland, but the adder can, and as Graham Holliday reports, it's much maligned as a result

February 2006, Issue 25, page 22

Get on your bike
In a new series we look at journeys you can make in Scotland by bike. First up: Craig Whyte explores Cowal

February 2006, Issue 25, page 24

In search of perfect seafood
Mark Nicholls visits the world-famous Loch Fyne Oyster Bar and discovers the magic of Scotland's Seafood Trail

February 2006, Issue 25, page 28

Orkney & Shetland – Other worlds...
The Shetland isles and the Orkney isles are both far enough away to have carved out unique personalities, but near enough to get to and enjoy easily. Dominic Roskrow reports

February 2006, Issue 25, page 33

Tasteful hedonism
Prestonfield in Edinburgh is a study in opulence. Sally Toms stayed there

February 2006, Issue 25, page 40

A slice of paradise
The Loch Torridon Hotel takes some getting to, but as Dominic Roskrow finds out, it's worth the effort

February 2006, Issue 25, page 42

Small and perfectly formed
Arnot Tower Gardens are a slice of history. Cate Nelson-Shaw visited them

February 2006, Issue 25, page 44

Making the most of the traditional fish supper
Sue Lawrence enjoys the hedonistic delights of fish and chips

February 2006, Issue 25, page 48

Historically haunted
Edinburgh's underground vaults attract historians as well as mediums. Are the rumours true that this is the most haunted place in Britain? Marieke Smegen tries to find out

February 2006, Issue 25, page 52

Warriors loyal and true (Munro)
The history of the Munro clan includes tales of witchcraft and strange rental payments. James Irvine Robertson reports

February 2006, Issue 25, page 56

A source of inspiration
Scotland's wild, rugged and mystic landscape has been the inspiration for a number of great creative minds. Mark Nicholls looks at the impact famous locations had upon them.

February 2006, Issue 25, page 58

From caverns to castles (Robert the Bruce)
Robert the Bruce is arguably Scotland's greatest monarch, Mark Nicholls sets off on his trail

February 2006, Issue 25, page 62

Hidden away on Harris
In the latest in our series Ian Mitchell visits st Clement's Church, at Rodel, Harris

February 2006, Issue 25, page 64

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

February 2006, Issue 25, page 74

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