Scotland Quarterly Magazine

Scotland Quarterly is a new Scottish general interest e-magazine, covering Scotland past, present and future, focussing on the people, places, history, wildlife, nature, conservation and countryside of a nation. Published quarterly, features in the first issue, include:

Edward de Gernier – The man who brought chips to Scotland

McAlpine and the Moor – The story of how an intrepid party of railway surveyors, including one of Scotland’s most celebrated entrepreneurs, survived a winter’s night trapped on Rannoch Moor

Quake Centre – The story of Earthquake House, near Comrie

Reindeer Man – A conservation success story in the Cairngorms

Cowal’s Ghost Town – The soulless settlement of Pollphail, built to house oil workers in the 1970s but never occupied, faces an uncertain future

Lost Island Railways – Tracking down Skye’s railway history

Plus we feature a walk from Kinlochleven to the Blackwater Dam, tips on staying in mountain bothies, a short profile of Corgarff Castle and reviews of new Scottish ebooks.

Available exclusively from the Amazon Kindle Store, priced £1.06. Click here to find out more…

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