1906 in Scotland
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Events from 1906 in Scotland
- 27 January - Canadian Pacific steamship RMS Empress of Ireland is launched at the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company's yard at Govan.
- 23 May - Boyd's Automatic tide signalling apparatus is inaugurated at Irvine, North Ayrshire.
- 7 June - Cunard liner RMS Lusitania is launched at John Brown & Company's shipyard at Clydebank as the world's largest ship.
- 26 June - New Argyll Motor Works is opened for production of the Argyll car at Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire.
- 19 July - 1906 Dundee fire: a major fire breaks out in a bonded warehouse.
- 28 December - Elliot Junction rail accident between Arbroath and Carnoustie railway stations kills 22.
- Yarrow Shipbuilders begin their move from London to Scotstoun.
- 4 March - Fionn MacColla, novelist connected to the Scottish Renaissance (died 1975)
- 13 March - Alex Massie, international footballer (died 1977)
- 22 June - Gilbert Highet, Scottish-American classicist, academic, writer, intellectual, critic and literary historian (died 1978 in the United States)
- 1 July - Ritchie Calder, socialist author, journalist and academic (died 1982)
- 18 July - Belle Stewart, née McGregor, traditional singer (died 1997)
- 29 July - Ian Gordon Lindsay, architect (died 1966)
- 30 September - J. I. M. Stewart, novelist and academic critic (died 1994)
- 12 December - Robert Matthew, modernist architect (died 1975)
- Molly Urquhart, actress (died 1977)
- 15 May - James Blyth, electrical engineer (born 1839)
- 30 November - William Stewart Ross, writer and publisher (born 1844)
- 3 December - His Majesty's Theatre opens in Aberdeen.
- Hugh S. Roberton forms the Glasgow Orpheus Choir.
- Pringle, Maj. J. W. "Board of Trade Railway Department Inquiry into accident at Elliot Junction on 28th December 1906" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-05-24.
- Swan, Edi (2006). His Majesty's Theatre – One Hundred Years of Glorious Damnation. Black & White Publishing. ISBN 978-1-84502-102-3.