Scalloway Castle The castle was built in 1600 by Patrick Stewart Earl of Orkney and Lord of Shetland as his principal residence in Shetland. It consists of four storey rectangular main block with a wing of the same height at one corner. The main block contains a hall at first-floor level, reached by a spacious stair within the wing. The upper floors were divided into a series of chambers. A kitchen and other offices occupied the ground floor. Cared for by Historic Scotland

Main Street, Scalloway, United Kingdom

Drumcoltran Tower. The traditional home of the Scottish Landowner was a tower house. Many of these were small and simply planned. This typical tower was built in the 1500s for the Maxwell family. It had originally a kitchen, hall and two upper rooms on top of each other, connected by a stair in the wing.

Drumcoltran, Kirkgunzeon, United Kingdom

Sorley MacLean 1911-1996 Tha a' bhàrdachd aige cho iongantach 's gum mair i gu bràth anns an litreachas againn His poetry will last forever in our literature

26 Viewforth, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Norman Mclaren 1914-1987 pioneering filmmaker, animator & artist lived here 1914-1936

21 Albert Place, Stirling, United Kingdom

James Watt 1736-1819 Inventor of the Condensing Steam Engine Undertook his formative work in this building.

Kinneil Estate, Bo'ness, United Kingdom

Former Control Tower. Listed Building Historic Scotland 2006. RAF Dumfries

Tinwald Downs Road, Dumfries, United Kingdom

Abernethy Round Tower. This tower and the similar tower at Brechin, in Angus are the only two round towers of the Irish Celtic type in Scotland. Here the Romanesque windows of the befry suggest that the tower was built in the later 11th Century. Long before this Abernethy was important as a principal seat of a Celtic Bishopric. Malcome Canmore and William the Conqueror met at Abernethy in 1072 possibly here.

, Abernethy, United Kingdom