The ancestors of the modern road network, turnpike roads were an early attempt by the government to make users pay for the upkeep of the nation’s highways.
Rising above the 15th century stronghold of Castle Campbell, King’s Seat Hill is one of the high points of the Ochils, a range of peaks that stretches from Stirling, in the west, to the Firth of Tay, in the east.
Glentarken Wood, St Fillans, Perth & Kinross
The Waterfront, Dundee
Backwater Reservoir, Glen Isla, Angus
Deuchny Wood, Perth, Perth & Kinross
St Andrews is perhaps best known as the home of golf, but it is also a town with a turbulent history, one of religious persecution, murder and execution and the historic sites that bore witness to these troubled times offer a fascinating insight into the past.
Ben Chonzie, Crieff, Perth & Kinross
Loch Fitty & St Ninians, Kingseat, Fife
Mount Keen, Glen Esk, Angus