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The 1967 Grubb Parsons will be used by a group in Kent.
Owen built a school for the children of his millworkers, helping them better their own lives.
The re-enactment at St Mary’s Cathedral is part of a programme to celebrate the large Battle of Prestonpans tapestry.
Oak chair dating from the 1920s sold to supporter from Lanarkshire.
The 184th St Ronan's Border Games carries on the tradition of an event with an intriguing history.
The discovery challenges the belied that no-one had ever lived on the St Kildan island of Boreray.
Ayton castle in the Scottish Borders is being sold by its current owners.
Recreated Glasgow streets from yesteryear, steam engines and a tall ship are just some of the exhibits at the new Riverside Museum.
Visitors to Stirling Castle’s royal palace will be transported back to the 16th century by costumed characters who will give a snippet into life in...
Relive the splendour of the launch of this magnificent Type 45 anti-air warfare Destroyer, on October 11 2010, with video footage of the event from...
'World class attraction' to be constructed at historic site in time for 2014 Homecoming celebrations.
The last of the Royal Navy’s new Type 45 Destroyers successfully launched in Glasgow today, October 11 2010.
Fab facts about the Royal Navy's latest surface vessels all built on the Clyde
They build ships differently on the Clyde these days. Some sections are even built somewhere else entirely and arrive by boat themselves - but the...
They still build ships on the Cyde; the story of the six Type 45 destroyers for the Royal Navy, built at Govan and finished at Scotstoun.
The finishing touches are added to HMS Diamond at the BAe Scotstoun yard in Glasgow, prior to sailing to Portsmouth to be handed over to the Navy
They are still building ships on the Clyde and for many of the men working on the Royal Navy's Type 45 Destroyers programme, it has been a lifetime...
A small French island is seeking to enter into a twinning arrangement with a similar island in Scotland. It already has its own tartan and would like...
Gladstone’s Land in the city is the venue for some spine-chilling stories about residents of the 17th century property
Now a new book tells the poignant story of how Orkney’s Italian Chapel became a symbol of hope and peace for half a century