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Scotland Magazine Issue 68

Scotland Magazine Issue 68

Scotland Magazine Issue 68

In this issue - ?Glasgow & Clyde Valley, Braemar Castle & Clan Forbes

Published April 2013

Spring forward
Rob Allanson muses on the turn of another year

April 2013, Issue 68, page 7

The altruistic spirit
Roddy looks at how the arts prospered by patronage

April 2013, Issue 68, page 9

Braemar Castle - A turbulent history
Charles Douglas charts the life and times of Aberdeenshire's Braemar Castle

April 2013, Issue 68, page 10

The hanged man
James Irvine Robertson investigates the events leading up to Scotland's only execution for blasphemy

April 2013, Issue 68, page 14

Highland gateway
Keith Fergus turns his lens on the much photographed castle

April 2013, Issue 68, page 16

Glasgow & the Clyde Valley
LOCAL HISTORY ¢ WHERE TO GO ¢ WHAT TO DO

April 2013, Issue 68, page 18

Back in fashion
Inns are back in fashion. This happy fact is borne out by the rising number of what we might call ‘real inns' being reinvigorated and refurbished across the country. From the times of Robert Burns w...

April 2013, Issue 68, page 26

50 years of Scotland's car
Hillman Imp fan Paul Coulter explores the history and Scottish roots of this iconic vehicle

April 2013, Issue 68, page 28

Fat & unfit: The length and breadth of Scotland
Tom Morton on cycling from the Mull of Galloway to Muckle Flugga

April 2013, Issue 68, page 32

Exploring the Kingdom
Charles Douglas visits this mix of historic treasures, rich farmland, holiday resorts and industrial endeavour.

April 2013, Issue 68, page 40

The clan Forbes
James Irvine Robertson looks at one of Scotland's great families

April 2013, Issue 68, page 44

10 best golfing holidays
Keith Fergus heads off in search of the best golf holidays

April 2013, Issue 68, page 46

160 years of island hopping
John Hannavy explores the legacy of David MacBrayne

April 2013, Issue 68, page 50

Poets, castles & the blacksmith's anvil
We explore Ayrshire and Dumfries in the final instalment of our exploration of the Scottish coast

April 2013, Issue 68, page 58

A stately traveller: Letters from Bishop Pococke
John Hannavy follows the 18th century Anglican bishop from Orkney to Perthshire

April 2013, Issue 68, page 62

Sir David Livingstone (1813-1873): One of the greatest lines in history
As a force for British Imperialism and a campaigner for the abolition of slavery, David Livingstone was both a product of his time and a catalyst for change in British identity.

April 2013, Issue 68, page 67

Creating pancake perfection
Sue Lawrence heats up her griddle

April 2013, Issue 68, page 68

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