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Historically important cinema archive from the country’s oldest continually used picture house at Campbeltown in Argyll to be donated to the National Library of Scotland bit.ly/2iek8ys ...

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“A little inaccuracy sometimes saves tons of explanation” - a quote from the brilliant Scottish writer Saki, aka Hector Hugh Munro, killed in action in France today 1916. Despite being born in Burma (now Myanmar) to a Scottish father and living most of his life in London he considered himself Scottish - that’ll do for us! ...

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121 years ago today the speed limit for ‘horseless carriages’ was raised from 4mph to 14mph - today the average rush hour speed in UK cities is under 10mph. Progress eh? ...

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