Scotland has linked its Heritage sites in a digital trail that it hopes will attract visitors, and encourage them to visit all parts of the country.
A controversial project to link Northern Ireland by tunnel to Great Britain is getting a serious look.
Electric planes set for short-hop Scotland route, and Boeing promises planes that can burn renewable fuels.
PHeymont shares some views of Highland clouds and the lakes below them.
Unable to get permission to visit his Manx girlfriend, he jet-skis 40km to see her, and ends up with a month of jail.
In a standoff with Kafkaeque overtone, it's legal to fly but illegal to get to the airport.
Bob Cranwell spots this interesting and unusual car at his local grocery store.
A monumental tribute to a queen stands in a distinctly non-monumental location in Edinburgh's borough of Leith.
PHeymont spotted this bronze sentry below the storied castle.
An all-too-brief day in the Scottish highlands gave PHeymont a different view of a fabled country
PHeymont shares a collection of signs seen on a recent trip to Edinburgh and Glasgow—ranging from whimsical to ironic to serious.
Upgraded rail service between England and Scotland is taking market share away from airlines.
Healing hands reach up from the courtyard of Surgeon's Hall in Edinburgh, home of the Royal College of Surgeons.
PHeymont visits the world's largest terra-cotta fountain. It's also a large measure of Victorian imperial self-congratulation.
Just off a road in Shetland, a small museum keeps alive the memory of some trips that didn't end well.