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What's New?

Scotland from the Roadside is currently undergoing a major change. The main part of this change is to create new sections that will break the areas covered in to smaller sections. For example, the current section for the Lothians contains all the information for East, Mid and West Lothian; two of these smaller areas, East and West Lothian, will be moved in to their own sections.

The advantage of this is that the site navigation should be easier with more locations (towns, villages and tourist attractions) will be found in the side menu. The existing pages will not disappear straight away, but they will be redirected to their replacements. It is also intended to update/add to the site map as the changes are implemented.

July 2010

New section created for the Firth of Forth (with pages for Bass Rock, Cramond Island, Forth Islands, Forth Rail Bridge, Forth Road Bridge, Inchcolm, Inchgarvie, Inchkeith, Isle of May, Kincardine Bridge and the Queen's Ferry).

Aberdeenshire (along with the pages for Dunnottar Castle, Huntly, Inverurie, Peterhead and Stonehaven) has been rewritten and new pages added for North, South and Mid Aberdeenshire (along with new pages for Banff & Macduff, Fraserburgh and Huntly Castle); a new section has been created for Aberdeen.

New sections created for the Firth of Clyde (with pages for the Clyde Islands, Ailsa Craig, Bute and The Cumbraes) and the Isle of Arran (with pages for Brodick, Lamlash and Lochranza).

June 2010

New section created for East Lothian (with pages for Aberlady, Athelstaneford,a perfect retreat for breaks, Dirleton, Dunbar, East Linton, Haddington, Hailes Castle, Musselburgh, North Berwick, Prestonpans, Tantallon Castle, Tranent and Traprain Law).

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