Gallery of Pictures

   

Market Bar, Lanark This is a view in what was the Market Bar, Lanark. Recently there have been further renovations to this property in 2020. These slides were connected with the first alterations in ......more

   

Market Bar, Lanark This is a view in what was the Market Bar, Lanark. Recently there have been further renovations to this property in 2020. These slides were connected with the first alterations in ......more

   

Market Bar, Lanark This is a view in what was the Market Bar, Lanark. Recently there have been further renovations to this property in 2020. These slides were connected with the first alterations in ......more

   

This weeks article is about an idea to create a way of St Kentigern`s to run from Hamilton - Lanark. The way of St Kentigern The idea of the way of St Kentigern came to me about six years ago when ......more

   

Mauldslie Bridge It is near the Mauldslie bridge that the original church of St Malouc/St Machutius was built. This was prior to a church being built at Carluke.

   

Hogback Tomb, Dalserf This is a view of one of the earliest Christian tombstones in the Clyde Valley. It lies in the cemetery at Dalserf. It dates back to Viking times and such tombstones are called ......more

   

High Parks, Hamilton# This is a view of what might be possibly the sited of the palace of Rhydderch Hen (alias Old King Cole). He lived in the late 6th century and was the king of Strathclyde. It ......more

   

Lanark Castle This is a view of Lanark Castle prior to the construction of the new Bowling Club House. It is taken from the Delves. The trees mark the line of a road that was at one time well used especially ......more

   

Lamington Quaich This item was originally attributed to William Wallace, it was in Lamington Tower along with Wallace`s chair. These items were moved to Bonnington when the Cochrane/Baillies were there. ......more

   

Lamington Tower This is a view of Lamington Tower or what is left of it. It s a late 16th century tower house.

   

Aerial view, Roberton This aerial photo shows the late 13th century motte at Roberton. The excavation took place as the farmer dug through it many years ago to create a potato clamp. Photo courtesy of Google

   

This is an interesting view of Clyde View, Carstairs Junction. The children are out in force and compared with the other view of the street, it has been tidied up a bit. The writer of the card refers ......more

   

This card is an unusual one in that it was done by Rogers and Co Photographers, Lanark. It shows the Manse and the Parish Church. The Parish Church was partially funded by the employees of the Caledonian ......more

   

The final one in this mini collection is the Carnwath Fancy Dress parade of 27/7/1907. I wonder if anybody knows why the date was changed?

   

The Parliamentary Wall There were disputes between Sir James Carmichael and the Burgesses of Lanark about the road up from Tullieford. The Carmichael`s tried to prevent the Citizens of Lanark from using ......more

   

This is the remains of part of the Laybrothers quarters. This was the first part of the priory to be excavated as the weather in winter 1978 was terrible and the dig could progress undercover. This part ......more


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