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Choose from 418 pictures in our Scotland collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Apache Helicopters at RAF Leuchars Featured Scotland Print

Apache Helicopters at RAF Leuchars

Capt David Almot (left) and Major Howard Floyd take a close look at one of the Apache attack helicopters at RAF Leuchars due to participate in a flying exercise over Scotland and Northern England to test tactical leadership skills of frontline aircrew. Almost 50 fixed wing and 14 helicopters will take part in the exercise between February 18-28th, 2002. The night operations exercise is being held in Scotland and will hone the leadership skills of the aircrew in a controlled, but realistic night tactical environment. Flying will take place each evening, from Monday to Thursday, for the duration of the exercise, with all low level aerial activity completed by 11pm

© PA Archive/Press Association Images

Edinburgh Featured Scotland Print

Edinburgh

September 1952: Edinburgh looking north west from the Nelson Monument with the Royal Observatory in the foreground on Calton Hill. The Royal Observatory was designed by William Playfair in 1818 to represent the Greek Temple of the Winds. The monument in the bottom right of the picture is dedicated to astronomer John Playfair (William's Playfair's uncle) who was a professor of mathematics and natural philosophy at Edinburgh University. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Queen Mary Ocean Liner to Greenock, Inverclyde Featured Scotland Print

Queen Mary Ocean Liner to Greenock, Inverclyde

Queen Mary set out on its first voyage, from Clydebank where her interior was fitted out, down the river Clyde to Greenock Scotland, escorted by tugs to the sea. Described as "the most dangerous voyage" the Queen Mary was likely ever to have to make. Months and months of careful dredging and channel-widening had been necessary before the Queen Mary could set out on her first journey down river to the sea. In spite of all the work that had been done the clearance between keel and river-bed was in some places only 4 feet. Date: March 1936

© Mary Evans Picture Library