I am in awe of the work that Lindsay Scotland and Harold Forrester have done to illustrate Scotland's historical curling places, where our sport was played outside in past years. Their efforts have been buried within the Royal Club's website until now. Today's Curling History Blog post (here, or click on the link in the sidebar on the right) has the link to their new dedicated website and highlights what has been done recently.
Curling places in England, and old Scottish ice rinks, are the current projects. Perhaps you can help?
Top photo is of the Grand Match at Carsebreck in 1929. From an old photograph © David B Smith.