A 2014 article in the Telegraph noted that
The chief counting officer for the Scottish independence referendum has confirmed there can be no national recount even if the result is close.
But Mary Pitcaithly has said that local counting officers in each of Scotland’s 32 councils can consider “reasonable” requests for recounts in their respective areas where genuine concerns have been raised.
All votes are counted locally and concerns about the count must be resolved locally. In addition, no recount can be ordered in a particular area after its result has been declared.
In accordance with the legislation governing the referendum, after a local declaration has been made, the counting officer concerned must seal all ballot papers and other related materials.
They are not permitted to open sealed papers and this can only be done on the orders of the Court of Session or a sheriff principal.
Based on that, it appears that any local recounts would have left a paper trail. So, were any such local recounts conducted? If so where?