Gallery of Pictures

   

Railway Station, Symington This is a nice view of Symington Station. It was sent from Glasgow to Warwickshire on 9th August, 1915. I knew a retired minister Bill (forgotten his second name) was keen ......more

   

The Clydesdale Horses were first successful developed as a breed by the Patersons of Lochlyoch Farm near Carmichael in 1713. Apparently the breed was improved by using a Flemish Stallion. Maybe the Carmichaels ......more

   

The Clydesdale Horses were first successful developed as a breed by the Patersons of Lochlyoch Farm near Carmichael in 1713. Apparently the breed was improved by using a Flemish Stallion. Maybe the Carmichaels ......more

   

The Clydesdale Horses were first successful developed as a breed by the Patersons of Lochlyoch Farm near Carmichael in 1713. Apparently the breed was improved by using a Flemish Stallion. Maybe the Carmichaels ......more

   

The Clydesdale Horses were first successful developed as a breed by the Patersons of Lochlyoch Farm near Carmichael in 1713. Apparently the breed was improved by using a Flemish Stallion. Maybe the Carmichaels ......more

   

The Clydesdale Horses were first successful developed as a breed by the Patersons of Lochlyoch Farm near Carmichael in 1713. Apparently the breed was improved by using a Flemish Stallion. Maybe the Carmichaels ......more

   

Symington Lodge This is referred to as Symington Lodge. It was built near the parish church to keep an eye out for body snatchers.

   

The Village Green, Symington This is a view of the Village Green, Symington. In the pre 1900`s the main source of employment was working on the land or at the Station.

   

This is a letter from Brian Lambie to a person called Henry in Thankerton, who had asked for some details re the Thankerton Moor P.O.W. Camp. The details have been copied for your information.

   

This is a letter from Brian Lambie to a person called Henry in Thankerton, who had asked for some details re the Thankerton Moor P.O.W. Camp. The details have been copied for your information.

   

This is an excellent picture of some of the thatched cottages. The decorated thatched roofs are of particular interest. This card was sent from one of them, Park Cottage on April 29th 1908.

   

Ploughing Scene Further to yesterdays article on Clydesdale Horses, I thought that you would like some more information. Apparently there was a general move in Lanarkshire to improve the local horses. ......more

   

The Clydesdale Horses were first successful developed as a breed by the Patersons of Lochlyoch Farm near Carmichael in 1713. Apparently the breed was improved by using a Flemish Stallion. Maybe the Carmichaels ......more

   

The Clydesdale Horses were first successful developed as a breed by the Patersons of Lochlyoch Farm near Carmichael in 1713. Apparently the breed was improved by using a Flemish Stallion. Maybe the Carmichaels ......more

   

The Clydesdale Horses were first successful developed as a breed by the Patersons of Lochlyoch Farm near Carmichael in 1713. Apparently the breed was improved by using a Flemish Stallion. Maybe the Carmichaels ......more

   

The Clydesdale Horses were first successful developed as a breed by the Patersons of Lochlyoch Farm near Carmichael in 1713. Apparently the breed was improved by using a Flemish Stallion. Maybe the Carmichaels ......more


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