Files in Scotland
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|The Loganair Westray to Papa Westray route is the shortest scheduled passenger flight in the world. Flights on this route are scheduled for two minutes, and actual flying time is closer to one minu...||12/12/2016||1,291|
|At the Scottish Maritime Museum.|
The City of Adelaide is a clipper ship, built in Sunderland, England, and launched on 7 May 1864. The ship was commissioned in the Royal Navy as HMS ...
|Royal Air Force station Inverness or RAF Inverness is a former Royal Air Force station located by the Moray Firth in Highland, Scotland. It was also known as RAF Longman.|
|Royal Air Force station Drem or RAF Drem is a former Royal Air Force station, just north of the village of Drem in East Lothian, Scotland. The motto of the station was Exiit Hinc Lumen which means ...||09/08/2014||127|
|RAF Macmerry is a former Royal Air Force station located 4.5 miles (7.2 km) west of Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland and 11.4 miles (18.3 km) east of Edinburgh, Inverness-shire.|
|Former GP Hamish MacLeod had the model delivered in sections to his house in Moffat, in Dumfries and Galloway.||09/08/2014||253|
|Murder Hill is a steep sand Cliff at Gullane. It's often used by British military units, sport Clubs etc. to test their condition.|
|Stan Fraser of Inverness spent 12 years building his 1:10 scale model. It became open for the public in 2012.|
|The Caledonian Canal, connecting Inverness to Fort William in Scotland, is 59 miles (94 kilometres) long. 22 miles (35 kilometres) are man-made to connect the natural lochs, of Loch Lochy, Loch Oic...||07/28/2011||1,165|
|The Jacobite Steam Train Railway Track, "The Railway to the Isles", is described as one of the great railway journeys of the world. This 41.3 miles (66,5 kilometers) long track takes you past a lis...||07/28/2011||1,164|
|Several airships, the No's R24, R27, R34 and the R36 were built on this site. The company built 52 houses in Inchinnan, at Beardmore Cottages, to house its workers.|
|Home of the 2010 Senior British Open, July 22 - 25.|
Widely recognised as the toughest test in Open Championship golf the Championship Course is a par 72 but with a Standard Scratch Score for...
|Home of the 2010 Scottish Open, July 8 thru 11.||07/12/2010||807|
|Famous Scottish ship breaking yard (located on the Firth of Forth close to the Rosyth Naval dockyard), the final destination for many "Grand Old Ladies" of British naval history, including amongst ...||03/29/2010||2,701|
|Near the village of Milton in West Dunbartonshire lies the Overtoun Bridge; an arch bridge which has become famous for the bizzarely large number of dogs who have leapt over the side to their death...||03/29/2010||724|
|Ailsa Craig (Scottish Gaelic: Creag Ealasaid) is an island in the outer Firth of Clyde, Scotland where granite was quarried to make curling stones. "Ailsa" is pronounced "ale-sa", with the first sy...||02/18/2010||647|
|Kays of Scotland company in Mauchline is a company that makes the Curling stones used at the Winter Olympics, World Championships and other tournaments. They also repair used stones so they run as ...||02/18/2010||804|
|J. K. Rowling, the author of Harry Potter books owns this mansion in Scotland.
|Construction of these factory buildings began in 1937, as a result of a business partnership between Sir Maurice Denny, Managing Director of the Dumbarton firm Denny Shipbuilders, and Robert Blackb...||01/29/2010||570|
|Henry Francis Lyte (June 1, 1793 - November 20, 1847) was an Anglican divine and hymn-writer. He was born to Thomas and Anna Lyte on a farm at Ednam, near Kelso, Scotland. Thomas Lyte deserted the ...||01/17/2010||527|