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Building up our health: the architecture of Scotland's historic hospitals
"Building up our health: the architecture of Scotland's historic hospitals" is a book that aims to give a taste of the rich architectural heritage of Scotland’s hospitals.
Clan and Castle
The Lives and Lands of Scotland's Great Families.
"Clan and Castle" - Clans are central to the story of Scotland. This book focuses on the stories of seven prominent clans, featuring extensive illustrations and vivid stories.
Clothing for the Soul Divine
Burials at the Tomb of St Ninian
Whithorn, known as Scotland’s Cradle of Christianity, is unique in its long history as an important centre of worship, administration, and ultimately pilgrimage, dating back to the 5th century.
Exploring the people and the ideas behind a unique building, Dumfries House is the story of the survival of a treasured 18th century family residence, ‘a great undertaking, more bold than wise’.
Survey and Excavation of Coastal Archaeology in Shetland 1995-2008
Survey and Excavation of Coastal Archaeology in Shetland 1995-2008. Ebbing Shores brings together the findings of an extensive programme of coastal survey and excavation in Shetland.
Edinburgh's Post-War Listed Buildings
HES and City of Edinburgh Council have worked together to produce this short publication in response to the growing interest in buildings of this dynamic period of architecture and town planning.
For the Safety of All
A Story of Scotland’s Lighthouses
Donald S Murray explores Scotland's lighthouses through history, storytelling and the voices of the lightkeepers.
Fortress of the Kingdom
Archaeology and Research at Edinburgh Castle
This is the detailed history of a great castle – a reflection of its colourful and complex story, through its buildings and the lives of its occupants.
Gavin McConnell (1923-2014)
Spotlight on Architects series
A series of short essays on the diverse and fascinating work of a selection of Scotland’s talented local architects and architects’ departments.
Gazetteer: Hydroelectric schemes in Scotland 1890-1975
A Gazetteer of hydroelectric schemes in Scotland from 1890-1975.
Glasgow's Post-War Listed Buildings
A stimulating and informative publication, celebrating Glasgow’s post-Second World War built heritage.
Great Crowns of Stone
Great Crowns of Stone draws on studies stretching back to the early 16th century. A landmark book, it presents the most radical & complete account of these evocative ancient monuments ever published.