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Filmed in Scotland 2007

The following productions were filmed in Scotland in 2007.



Film Locations
Play On Melrose Rugby club, Murrayfield, Edinburgh Airport, Mariners’ Bar Commercial Street, Melrose Borders General Hospital, Kings Arms, Purves Motors, Melrose

The Stone of Destiny

Paisley Abbey, University of Glasgow


Marwick St, Dennistoun; Sauchiehall Lane, Campbell St, Ingram Street, Buchanan St, Glassford Street, Glasgow, Blackness Castle, West Lothian, Brenachoile Forest, Loch Katrine, Arrochar, Lanrick Estate, Doune


Torpichen Perceptory, Seton Collegiate, Craigmiller Castle, Hopetoun Estate Road


Dalbeattie Munitions Factory, Dumfriesshire, Glasgow

Made of Honour


The Inheritance

Skye, Edinburgh - Grassmarket, Calton Hill, Jeffrey Street, Rosslyn, South Queensferry - Loch Rannoch

Running in Traffic

Shawbridge Arcade & Halt Bar, Stirling, Glasgow, Dunfermline, Falkirk, Grangemouth, Paisley

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

Fort William, Loch Arkaig, Cape Wrath

Sajna Ve Sajna

Campsie Hills, Carnell Castle, Sorn Castle, George Square, Kelvinbridge




Programme Locations
Rebus Scotscraig, Innovation Centre, North Bridge, Calton Hill, Scotsman Steps, New College, Five Sister bing, Hopetoun House, Port Edgar marina, Register House, DLA Piper Rutland Square, St Stephens Street, Annick Lodge, Ravenseugh

Dear Green Place


Still Game (Series 6)


Hochzeit im Hochland

Ardkinglas, Inveraray

Nina and the Neurons



Glasgow, Stirlingshire

The Woman Who ate Scotland (Series 1)

Banffshire, Arbroath, Loch Fyne, Applecross, Edinburgh, Caledonian Canal

Raven (Series 6 & 7)

Argyll & Bute


Glasgow, Craigmaddie Muir, Dunure Harbour

River City (2007)


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