The “world’s biggest” explosive plant, an ammunition store, and sprawling opencast coal mines make up Scotland’s largest derelict plots of land.
According to an investigation for The Ferret, sites are likely to be located near sewage plants, recycling and refuse centres, industrial estates and motorways.
Network Rail spent more than £30,000 on plans to fence off a popular Highland level crossing, despite widespread opposition.
With further action planned over the Christmas and New Year period, Ferret Fact Service explains the upcoming strikes and when they are scheduled to take place.
Ferret Fact Service takes a look at the wave of strike action planned across Scotland in coming months, with train drivers, postal workers and coffin-makers all among those scheduled to down tools in August and beyond.
A Scottish walking charity has condemned Network Rail for closing more than 1,250 level crossings in Britain since 2009, obstructing access for walkers.
Data obtained by The Ferret has revealed that most of the maintenance work carried out on Scotland’s rail viaducts in the last two years has failed to include recommended surveys for bats.
Ferret Fact Service looks at the transport minister's claim that Scotland's railways have been left short by the UK government ignoring the funding formula.
The ScotRail franchise is back in focus after a viral video shared by grassroots Labour group Momentum caused controversy.