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An informal guide for owners and occupiers about Scotland's listed buildings. Digital edition.
Theatres have played a key role in the development of our performing arts.
Hawick and its place among the Borders mill towns.
Celebrate the architectural heritage of our national parks with two booklets.
A spotlight on Scotland's cinemas.
An introductory booklet to Scotland's historic pubs.
Essays on the architecture of the post war era.
Celebrating St Andrews House
Stiùir neo-fhoirmeil do shealbhadairean agus luchd-còmhnaidh mu thogalaichean clàraichte na h-Alba
The built heritage of Scotland's hydroelectric power.
Hydroelectric schemes in Scotland 1890-1975
Transactions from the Building for the Future conference.
Morris & Steedman.
This booklet celebrates the rich diversity of the capital's 20th century architecture.
Celebrating the city’s post-Second World War built heritage.
Celebrating the architectural heritage of Scotland’s railways.
A unique collaboration between Historic Scotland and the University of Glasgow has resulted in a lavishly illustrated new book about University’s architectural history.Building Knowledge Publication
Visit our publications section for a range of books and documents on listed buildings.
The architecture of Scotland's historic hospitals.