Feature pages are added for Sir William Bruce, Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, General George Wade, Sir William Paterson, Ramsay MacDonald, John Erskine, 23rd Earl of Mar, John III Comyn, Lord of Badenoch, Keir Hardie, Cardinal David Beaton, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, John Rennie, Colonel Sir David Stirling, Andrew Murray, Sir Andrew Murray, Alexander Stewart, 1st Earl of Buchan, the Wolf of Badenoch, Robert Watson-Watt, John Logie Baird, Jenny Geddes, St Mungo or St Kentigern, Julius Agricola, Adam Smith, Thomas Carlyle, J. M. Barrie, Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, General George Monck, Captain John Porteous, Arthur Anderson, Robert Stewart, 1st Earl of Orkney, Patrick Stewart, 2nd Earl of Orkney, Margaret Tudor, James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, David Rizzio, Dr John Rae and Deacon William Brodie, The following features are revised, updated, and given new images: Isle of Whithorn, Whithorn, Whithorn Priory, Garlieston, Wigtown, Newton Stewart, Port William, Kirkcudbright, MacLellan's Castle, Twynholm, Cardoness Castle, Carsluith Castle, Dundrennan Abbey, Orchardton Tower, Auchencairn, Castle Douglas, Threave Gardens, Threave Castle, New Galloway, St John's Town of Dalry, New Abbey, New Abbey Cornmill, Thornhill, Morton Castle, Moniaive, Durisdeer, Sanquhar, Sanquhar Castle, Dumfries, Lincluden Collegiate Church, Drumcoltran Tower, Caerlaverock Castle, Moffat, St Andrew's Church, Annan, Ecclefechan, Lochmaben, Lockerbie, Dryfesdale Parish Church, Earlston, Soutra Aisle, Crichton Collegiate Church, Crichton Castle, Galashiels, Stow, Peebles, Peebles Old Parish Church, Burnmouth, Longformacus, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Norham Castle, Cove, Cockburnspath, Dunglass Collegiate Church, Eyemouth, Hawick, Hermitage Castle, Langholm, Eskdalemuir, Newcastleton, Ettrick, Ettrick Bridge, Selkirk, Andrew Elliot Ltd, Coldstream, Kelso, Kelso Abbey, Hownam, Jedburgh and Jedburgh Abbey.
Feature pages are added for William Lever, 1st Viscount Leverhulme, Captain William Kidd, Thomas Cochrane, 10th Earl of Dundonald, Robert Stewart, 1st Duke of Albany, Robert Rowand Anderson, Robert Adam, Old Tom Morris, John MacDonald II, Lord of the Isles, Mary Slessor, Martin Martin, John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute, James Hutton, James Clerk Maxwell, James Boswell and Hugh Miller. A collection of eBooks, containing the full text of out-of-copyright volumes about Scotland cross-linked to the rest of the site is added: Kidnapped, by Robert Louis Stevenson, 1886, Catriona, by Robert Louis Stevenson, 1893, A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland, by Samuel Johnson, 1775, The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, by James Boswell, 1786, A Description of the Western Isles of Scotland Called Hybrides, by Sir Donald Monro, 1549, A Late Voyage to St Kilda by Martin Martin, 1698, A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland by Martin Martin, 1703 and Edinburgh: Picturesque Notes by Robert Louis Stevenson, 1879. The Undiscovered Scotland wallpaper collections are signifcantly expanded and updated for 2007.
Feature pages are added for Crathes Castle, Edrom Arch, Mavisbank and the John Paul Jones Museum. New category index pages are added for National Trust for Scotland Properties, Historic Environment Scotland Attractions, Natural History, Art & Galleries, Sports and Lochs. The Bookshop is updated, with 100 new titles added. The following feature pages are revised, updated, and gain new images: Dirleton.
Feature pages are added for British Golf Museum, St Andrews Aquarium, Cessford Castle, Scotstarvit Tower, Hill of Tarvit, Pollok House, Flodden Field, Inveresk Lodge Garden, Prestongrange Museum, Glasgow's Museum of Transport, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, The Museum of Scottish Country Life, The David Livingstone Centre, William Symington, Henry Bell, Helen Gloag, Håkon IV of Norway, Edward I of England, David Livingstone, David Hume, and John Duns Scotus. The following feature pages are revised, updated, and gain new images: Falkirk Wheel, St Andrews, Yetholm and RAF Leuchars Airshow.
Feature pages are added for Greenlaw, Hume Castle, St Bridget's Church, Coldingham Priory, Coldingham, Culross Abbey, Greenknowe Tower, Rothesay, Rothesay Castle, Port Bannatyne, Ascog, Kilchattan Bay, Bute Ferries, Mount Stuart, Ascog Hall Fernery, St Blane's Church and St Mary's Church. The following feature pages are revised, updated, and gain new images: Culross and St Abbs.
Feature pages are added for Falkland Palace, Royal Yacht Britannia, Kellie Castle, Paxton House, Manderston, Thirlestane Castle, Hopetoun House and St Michael's, Eriskay. The Bookshop receives a mid year update, with 250 new titles added. The following feature pages are revised, updated, and gain new images: Falkland, Duns, Lauder, Eriskay and Lochboisdale, Castlebay and Oban Ferry.
Feature pages are added for Pollochar, Daliburgh, Geirinis, Howmore Church, Ormacleit Castle, St Bride's Church, Our Lady of Sorrows, Teampull Mor, Teampull na Trionaid, Carinish, The Golden Road, Bunabhainneadar, Luskentyre, Uig, Tarbert and Lochmaddy Ferry, Bostadh Iron Age House, Valtos, Uig, St Moluag's Church, Shawbost Norse Mill and Butt of Lewis. The following feature pages are revised, updated, and gain new images: South Uist, Howmore, Kildonan Museum, Lochboisdale, Benbecula, Benbecula Airport, Grimsay, Baleshare, North Uist, Lochmaddy, Taigh Chearsabhagh, Berneray, Harris, Huisinis, Leverburgh, Reinigeadal, Sound of Harris Ferry, Tarbert, St Clement's Church, Scalpay, Great Bernera, Lewis, Port Nis, Gearrannan Blackhouse Village, Arnol Blackhouse Museum, Calanais or Callanish, Dun Carloway, Stornoway, and the Ullapool to Stornoway Ferry
Feature pages are added for Lower Largo, Upper Largo, Inchmahome Priory, Bannockburn, Eoligarry, Borve, Northbay, Dualchas (Barra Heritage Centre), Loganair Barra & Benbecula Service, Church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea, Castlebay, Cille Bharra, Gretna & Gretna Green, Scotland's Secret Bunker, Scottish Fisheries Museum, Prestonpans, Traquair House, Innerleithen and Abbotsford. The following feature pages are revised, updated, and gain new images: Barra, Sound of Barra Ferry, Lochboisdale, Castlebay and Oban Ferry, Anstruther, Barra Airport, Kisimul Castle, Castlebay, Vatersay, Cockenzie & Port Seton and Melrose.
Feature pages are added for St Boswells, Newtown St Boswells, Smailholm Tower, Dysart, St Monans, St Monans Parish Church, Tyninghame, Athelstaneford Kirk, Chesters Hill Fort, Myreton Motor Museum, Seacliff, Athelstaneford and St Mary's Church, Whitekirk. Driving tour pages are added for tours of The Border Abbeys, Selkirk & Langholm, Edinburgh & Dunbar, Falkland & St Andrews, Pitlochry & Rannoch, and Stirling & Dunfermline. The following feature pages gain new images: Melrose Abbey and Dryburgh Abbey.
A map is added to the Driving Tours index, together with new tour pages for Fort William & Ardnamurchan, Fort William & Skye, Oban & Glen Coe, and Oban & Inveraray. Feature pages are added for Malleny Garden, Thornhill, Garelochhead, Kilcreggan, Arrochar, Tarbet, Rogart, Berriedale, Ardgay, Invergordon, Alness, Evanton and Clachtoll Broch. The following feature pages gain new images: Tantallon Castle, Mallaig, Cairnryan, Gardenstown, Tarbert, Dunbeath, Kinlochbervie, Ullapool, Stac Pollaidh, Suilven, Inverkirkaig, Lochinver, Stoer, Quinag, Kylesku, Ardvreck Castle, Balnakeil Bay and Durness. The Scottish Webcam Links page is completely updated.
Feature pages are added for Penicuik, Pencaitland, Dalkeith, Ormiston and the Cateran Trail. The first of a series of Driving Tours are added to the site: the Applecross & Torridon, Coigach & Assynt and Gairloch & Poolewe Tours. Existing Feature Pages on the Speyside Way, Stevenson Way, Rob Roy Way, Great Glen Way and West Highland Way are completely renovated.
A new set of index maps are added to the site. They are larger in size than those they replaced, which were becoming increasingly congested in a number of areas. They also contain background mapping information allowing the overlaid index information to be located more accurately. New feature pages are added for the Haggis, Haggis Hurling, Wild Haggis, and the Address to a Haggis. Features on John Law, Ewan MacPhee, Elsie Inglis, William McGonagall, W.H. Murray, Alexander "Sawney" Bean, Sir James Young Simpson, Henry Sinclair, 1st Earl of Orkney, James Young, John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, John Paul Jones, Sir Hugh Munro, Alexander Selkirk, Mungo Park, James Watt, 4th Earl of Bothwell, John Napier, Flora MacDonald, John Knox, John Muir, 1st Viscount Dundee, 1st Marquess of Montrose, Andrew Carnegie, Marie de Guise and Robert Burns is added to the Biography Section. A series of new Category Indexes are added, with individual indexes for Abbeys, Ancient Monuments, Aviation, Battlefields, Castles, Churches, Churches (Ruined), Coastal Features, Distilleries, Events, Ferries & Nautical, Gardens, Hills & Moutains, Islands, Mansions, Museums, and Railways. The Site Information page is updated to reflect our traffic statistics for 2005. These include a figure of over 1.4 million distinct visitors during the year, comfortably exceeded our target of 1.3 million. An archive copy of the original May 2000 version of the site is added and can be viewed here.