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Entries in the Gazetteer for Scotland have been compiled using a range of primary and secondary sources collected by the editors. Great care has been taken not to infringe the copyright of others.

Sources include:

  • Local and Central Government publications
  • Tourist Authority publications
  • Leaflets, web sites or other literature relating to particular features or tourist attractions
  • Letters or telephone calls to specific organisations posing particular questions
  • A programme of field work and regular visits on the ground around Scotland
  • Original investigation of places through the use of historical documents
  • Thousands of original photographs taken for the project and (occasionally) collections of photographs made available to us
  • Out-of-copyright sources (effectively works published before 1920, or in the case of UK Crown Copyright, works published before 1965)
  • Information provided by Historic Scotland and The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
  • US National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) Geographic Names Database (GNDB)
  • Sketch maps are redrawn from the New (2nd) Series Ordnance Survey mapping (out-of-copyright) and where necessary updated on the basis of non-copyright sources and ground investigation, including US National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) Digital Orthorectified Imagery (DOI-10), which contains data (c) CNES/SPOT Image 1992-1994 available under unrestricted licence.
  • Ordnance Survey Open Data, contains Ordnance Survey data (c) Crown copyright and database right 2010, released by The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, April 2010
  • Population figures are crown copyright. Data supplied by General Register Office for Scotland.
  • Tartan images were originally generated by Dick Grune (Netherlands) and are used with permission.
  • The use of a growing range of references, listed below:

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