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Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal launched the 'Wheel 10' tenth anniversary celebrations at The Falkirk Wheel on Friday 6th July. Take a look at some of the images from the day.
Seagull Trust Cruises is the charity that provides free canal cruises for people with special needs across Scotland - and they've had a busy year!
04 May 2013 - Members of Ayrshire Archaeological Society treated to guided walk led by Scottish Canals and Maryhill Burgh Halls
Sail along the Crinan Canal, one of the most beautiful waterways in Britain, and enjoy uninterrupted views of Scotland's breathtaking and rugged natural landscape.
Our canals are special places, each with a distinctive character. Working in partnership with cultural organisations we will bring spaces along the canals to life as unique event and performance venues.
One of the UK’s top women mountain-bikers, Lee Craigie, is urging runners and riders to sign up for British Heart Foundation (BHF) Scotland’s Loch Ness Duathlon.
The majestic Caledonian Canal is considered by many as one of the greatest waterways of the world. Running from Fort William in the west to Inverness in the east, this 60 mile coast to coast channel passes through exciting towns and villages, spectacular lochs, and beautiful countryside.
An international 40 strong flotilla of Danish yachts landed in Scotland to a warm welcome on the Caledonian Canal. Take a look at some of the pictures of the celebrations...
As part of the Kirkintilloch 800 celebrations, the Canal Festival is back for 2011 with an entire week of fun and excitement planned for the end of August in and around Kirkintilloch.
A thirty-strong flotilla took to the Lowland Canals this weekend (24th August), heading to the lights and laughter of the Edinburgh Festival.
A thirty-strong flotilla took to the Lowland Canals, heading to the lights and laughter of the Edinburgh Festival. Take a look at some of the pictures from the event.
Recent survey work at Carnasserie Farm revealed a complex of archaeological sites. Can what we now see inform us of the past? And can excavation add anything to this picture?
An illustrated talk with museum archaeologist Roddy Regan.