Resources

All Scotland's Urban Past resources are available for you to download and use in your heritage projects, wherever you’re based.

We've compiled free resources to help you investigate how Scotland's towns and cities have changed over time.

New content is always being added, so keep an eye on this page for updates or sign up to our eNewsletter to be the first to hear about newly added resources.

While regular media, such as newspapers, radio and television, are one-way streets which offer limited opportunities to interact, social media are two-way streets that give you the ability to communicate with the world. Social media invite people to voice their own opinions, through posting comments ...
Also known as ‘eNewsletters’, email newsletters are exactly that – a way for organisations and community groups to keep people up to date with their latest news through regular emails. Email newsletters are usually created in the HTML coding language, which includes hyperlinks to websites, but ...
A blog is a personal website or web page that is regularly updated, usually by an individual or small group. Most blogs are written in an informal or conversational style. People use blogs to share anything that interests them, spanning news articles, photographs, opinions, family history and more.