In 2006 the Royal Regiment of Scotland (1st, 21st, 25th, 42nd, 71st, 72nd, 73rd, 74th, 75th, 78th, 79th, 91st, 92nd and 93rd) was formed as five 'kilted' regular battalions and two 'kilted' territorial battalions (formerly the 52nd Lowland and 51st Highland Regiments). The legacy of the Cameronians (26th and 90th Regiments) is represented by the black hackle worn by the 1st Battalion of the new regiment. The heritage of Scottish military life and traditions of the above has now been merged into one Regiment.
In addition, the Scots Guards, Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers and Greys) still continue to exist. Along with Scottish units of the Yeomanry and other Territorial Army units. This website is here to record the Lineage and Uniforms of the Regiments of Scotland - past and present. The Regulars, Fencibles, Militia and Special Reserve, Yeomanry, Volunteers and Territorials. From the 1660's to the present day. For collectors and historians, amateur or professional.
If you are interested in the study of the Regiments of Scotland, then visit Articles and Features on this website on a regular basis. Letters to the Guest Book can be used for general enquiries. The Forum Page Area for more detailed study enquiries, please read the guidelines first. This is a non-commercial, non-profit making and private study website.