Gallery of Postcards

   

This is an aerial view of Windgate House near Cowgill reservoir is typical of the sort of residence of the typical bonnet laird of the period of Lugless Will. A two storeyed store built farmhouse with ......more

   

Windgate House This is a view of Windgate house as it exists today. In the late 16th early 17th century sheep farming was the main business. Next to the bastle house where the sheep buchts were, the ......more

   

Antoine Camp This is a picture of the Antoine Camp at Castledykes in 1978. I took this aerial shot myself.

   

Dexter Cattle This is a picture of Black Dexter cows being used for ploughing. The Romans used cows rather than horses for ploughing. A friend of mine`s father who lectured in Veterinary Science at ......more

   

Castlebank Park, Lanark This card is in fact not the Delves. Somebody had given the photographer the wrong information. It is in fact Castlebank Park in the1970`s. It was a beautiful park then and ......more

   

Jerviswood These are some photos of Jerviswood House which was built in the 1630`s by the Livingstoun family. The Baillie family took over this house about the 1640`s. Much of the history of this ......more

   

Jerviswood 3 These are some photos of Jerviswood House which was built in the 1630`s by the Livingstoun family. The Baillie family took over this house about the 1640`s. Much of the history of this ......more

   

Jerviswood 2 These are some photos of Jerviswood House which was built in the 1630`s by the Livingstoun family. The Baillie family took over this house about the 1640`s. Much of the history of this ......more

   

Well at Clydesdale Hotel This is a picture of a well discovered in the parking area behind the Clydesdale Inn. This was how the citizens got their water. Where William Lithgow lived in the Wellgate, there was the well of Our Lady near La Vigna.

   

Hyndford House Photo2 Lanark is fortunate in that it has many interesting old houses but these are not easy to see. Hyndford House which is traditionally associated with the Carmichaels has a history ......more

   

Hyndford House Lanark is fortunate in that it has many interesting old houses but these are not easy to see. Hyndford House which is traditionally associated with the Carmichaels has a history going ......more

   

Greenhill, Biggar This house was moved to Biggar from Greenhill. It is a good example of an early to mid 17th century building. This house was originally situated at Greenhill Farm near Wiston. It ......more

   

Wide Close, Lanark Lugless Will would have definitely walked through the Wide Close which was built c.1560/70. The Archaeological Society did some investigations inside it and found a complete 17th ......more

   

This is an old picture of Lanark about 1870. It shows a crow stepped gabled house next to the Clydesdale Inn. This sort of house shows how the Union of the Crowns led to increased prosperity for Scotland. ......more

   

Taj Mahal This picture of the Taj Mahal and surrounding areas was taken in 2013. This area has altered a great deal. The purpose of this photo is to show the house behind the Taj Mahal. This is the ......more

   

Comment by Clydesdales Heritage: Roman Army on the March This is an artists impression of the Roman Army on the march in 1st century A.D. Comment by Duncan Clark: I’ll tell you one thing though! ......more


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