Welcome to the National Records of Scotland Web Archive

Websites are the primary means for sharing public information and delivering public services.

Websites form part of the archival record and it is NRS’s statutory duty to collect, preserve and make them publicly accessible on a permanent basis.

This collection of archived websites has been selected for preservation by National Records of Scotland as part of our Web Continuity Service.

National Records of Scotland collects, preserves and produces information about Scotland's people and history, and makes it available to inform present and future generations.

Cookies on NRS Web Archive

Due to the unique nature of web archiving, certain essential cookies are required in order to accurately play back the contents of websites as they were when they were archived. Archived web pages you visit here may leave cookies in your browser. These are not owned, controlled, or used by NRS

We'd also like to use analytics cookies so we can understand how you use the service and make improvement