Copyright statement

Website and catalogue text

Copyright in the structure, design and content of the Scottish Screen Archive Access Catalogue belongs to the National Library of Scotland.

We provide access to the catalogue solely for:

For these purposes, you may view download and print these records without prior permission.

Written permission

You need written permission in advance to publish or redistribute the entire catalogue, or a substantial portion of it in any form, including electronic.

You also need written permission in advance for any commercial exploitation of the catalogue's contents. You must include the following attribution of the source in any publication or redistribution:

Scottish Screen Archive at the National Library of Scotland ™.

Still images

Copyright in all photographs on pages within the www.ssa.nls.uk domain is owned by the National Library of Scotland and/or the photographer. You may not use these photographs unless you first get clearance from the National Library of Scotland.

You should apply to the Scottish Screen Archive in the first instance. Email us at ssaenquiries@nls.uk.

Moving image

Copyright in all individual moving image titles published in the catalogue is owned by the National Library of Scotland or held by a third party. This is indicated briefly on the catalogue record published online.

All Flash Video moving image files on pages within the www.ssa.nls.uk domain are Copyright National Library of Scotland, or have been cleared for publication on this website by the Scottish Screen Archive. The clips and full length films are streamed for viewing: you must not download, re-use, edit or re-purpose them in any way.

You may not use these clips and full length films unless you first get clearance from the National Library of Scotland.

You should apply to the Scottish Screen Archive in the first instance. Email us at ssaenquiries@nls.uk.

For further advice on copyright, email us at ssaenquiries@nls.uk.

Acknowledgement

In preparing the text for browse by place, we wish to acknowledge
Johnston's Gazetteer of Scotland revised by R W Munro, 1973.