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Newbigging, South Lanarkshire

Newbigging is a hamlet in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is near Dunsyre at the southern end of the Pentland Hills. It is on the A72 Carnwath to Peebles road.

Pettinain

Pettinain is a hamlet and civil parish in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, 7 miles east of Lanark. Bartholomews Gazetteer of the British Isles described Pettinain in 1887 as "par. and vil., Lanarkshire, on river Clyde - par., 3900 ac., pop. 360, vil. ...

Quothquan

Quothquan is a village in Libberton parish, South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is 3 1 ⁄ 4 miles north-west of Biggar, and 7 1 ⁄ 2 miles south-east of Lanark. Quothquan has a village hall near the remains of the graveyard and the ruins of a chapel. I ...

Roberton, South Lanarkshire

The origins of the town of Roberton are intertwined with those of the Robertons of that Ilk, Earnock, Bedlay and Lauchope. In the Chartulary of Kelso gives Robert as the brother of Lambyn of the Prosecutor, which the Laird of Lesmahagow. It seems ...

Rosebank, South Lanarkshire

Rosebank is a small hamlet situated in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. With a population of around 200, Rosebank is one of the least-populated settlements in South Lanarkshire. The hamlet is situated on the banks of the River Clyde, and was construc ...

Sandford, South Lanarkshire

Sandford is a village near Strathaven, South Lanarkshire in Scotland. It lies approximately 15 miles southeast of Glasgow. It has 50 houses and 200 inhabitants. Sandford also has two parks and a bus shed which houses 5 buses overnight. The villag ...

Symington, South Lanarkshire

Symington is a small village in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, 3 miles southwest of Biggar, 10 miles east of Douglas and 13 miles southeast of Carluke. Geographical features near Symington include Tinto Hill, the Coulter Hills and the River Clyde. ...

Tarbrax

Tarbrax is a small village in the Parish of Carnwath, South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is at the end of a dead end road off the A70 road between Edinburgh and Carnwath. Tarbrax is 300 metres 1.000 metres above sea level on the outskirts of Edinbur ...

Thankerton

Thankerton is a small village in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom. It is located between Biggar and Lanark. It is situated between Quothquan Law and Tinto. To the West of Thankerton is a hamlet called eastend, on the South edge of the ...

Thorntonhall

Thorntonhall is an village in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, lying around 6 miles to the south of Glasgow, and around 2 1 ⁄ 2 miles west of East Kilbride. The village lies just east of the boundary of East Renfrewshire, close to Waterfoot and Jackt ...

Walston, South Lanarkshire

Patrick Molleson in the Old Statistical Account records that the name sometimes used to be written as Welstoun with a long s and may have come from a copious spring of good water known as Walston-well. However John Wilson in the New Statistical A ...

Wiston, South Lanarkshire

Wiston is a small village in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is located 13 miles south east of Lanark and 8 miles south west of Biggar.It has a small, modern primary school and a village hall owned by the village. Located in the southern hills im ...

Woolfords

Woolfords is a small hamlet in the Parish of Carnwath, in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. Woolfords is located on the road between Auchengray and West Calder, near Cobbinshaw reservoir. Previously, she was part of West Calder in West Lothian EH55 an ...

Balfron

Balfron is a village in the Stirling council area of Scotland. It is situated near Endrick Water on the A875 road, 18 miles west of Stirling and 16 miles north of Glasgow. Although a rural settlement, it lies within commuting distance of Glasgow, ...

Blanefield

Blanefield is a settlement contiguous with Strathblanes northwestern fringe. To the west is the volcanic plug Dumgoyne, Glengoyne Distillery and the Trossachs National Park. The West Highland Way - a long-distance trail - passes close to the vill ...

Buchlyvie

Buchlyvie is a village in the Stirling council area of Scotland. It is situated 14 miles west of Stirling and 18 miles north of Glasgow. Lying within the Carse of Forth, to the north is Flanders Moss and to the south are the Campsie Fells. The vi ...

Cambusbarron

Cambusbarron is a village in Stirling, Scotland. In the 2001 census, it had a population of 3.224. There is evidence of settlement at the site since the Bronze Age, and several forts dating from the Iron Age have been found near the village. One ...

Cambuskenneth

Cambuskenneth is a village in the city of Stirling, Scotland. It has a population of 250 and is the site of the historic Cambuskenneth Abbey. It is situated by the River Forth and the only road access to the village is along Ladysneuk Road from A ...

Cowie, Stirling

Cowie is a village in the Stirling council area of Scotland. Historically part of Stirlingshire, it lies on the minor B9124 road approximately 4 miles south-east of Stirling and about a mile north of the A9 road. The United Kingdom Census 2001 re ...

Crianlarich

Crianlarich, Scottish Gaelic: A Chrìon Làraich) is a village in Stirling council area and in the registration county of Perthshire, Scotland, around 6 miles north-east of the head of Loch Lomond. The village bills itself as "the gateway to the Hi ...

Deanston

Deanston is a village in the Stirling council area, Scotland, on the south bank of the River Teith east of Doune, in south-west Perthshire. It is a part of the parish of Kilmadock.

Drymen

Drymen lies to the west of the Campsie Fells and enjoys views to Dumgoyne on the east and to Loch Lomond on the west. The Queen Elizabeth Forest reaches down to the village edge, and the whole area is part of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs Nat ...

Fallin, Stirling

Fallin is a village in the Stirling council area of Scotland. It lies on the A905 road 3 miles east of Stirling on a bend in the River Forth. The United Kingdom Census 2001 recorded the population as 2.710. It was formerly a village of the pit, o ...

Fintry

Fintry is a village in central Scotland, nestled in the strath of the Endrick Water between the Campsie Fells and the Fintry Hills, some 19 miles north of Glasgow. It is within the local government council area of Stirling. The 2011 census result ...

Gargunnock

Gargunnock is a small village in the Stirling council area approximately seven miles west of Stirling, in Scotland. The census population was 912. It is situated on the south edge of the Carse of Stirling, at the foot of the Gargunnock Hills, par ...

Gartmore

Gartmore is a village in the Stirling council area, Scotland. It is a village with a view of the Wallace Monument in Stirling, almost 25 miles away. Formerly in Perthshire, it is one mile from the A81 Glasgow to Aberfoyle road, three miles south ...

Killearn

Killearn Land/Territory" – until the 15th century when Ceann was replaced by Cill, denoting the presence of a house of worship) – is a small village of approximately 1700 people in the Stirling council area of Scotland. The village is located abo ...

Killin

Killin is a village situated at the western head of Loch Tay in Stirling, Scotland. At the Western end of the village, situated around the scenic falls of dochart, the main street leading down to the lake at the confluence of the rivers dochart r ...

Kippen

Kippen is a village in west Stirlingshire, Scotland. It lies between the Gargunnock Hills and the Fintry Hills and overlooks the Carse of Forth to the north. The village is 9 miles west of Stirling and 20 mi north of Glasgow. It is 4 1 ⁄ 2 mi sou ...

Lochearnhead

Lochearnhead is a village on the A84 Stirling to Crianlarich road at the foot of Glen Ogle, 14 miles north of the Highland Boundary Fault. It is situated at the western end of Loch Earn where the A85 road from Crieff meets the A84. Loch earn is 3 ...

Milton of Buchanan

Milton of Buchanan is a small village in Stirling, Scotland, within the parish of Buchanan. Historically, the village was in the Registration County of Stirlingshire. It was the main village of the parish of Buchanan. However, the village is now ...

Plean

Plean is a village, in the Stirling Council area of central Scotland, located on the main A9 road from Falkirk. At the 2001 census, Plean had a population of 1.740. Plean has some historic buildings, some council houses and an estate.

Port of Menteith

Port of Menteith is a village and civil parish in the Stirling district of Scotland, the only significant settlement on the Lake of Menteith. It was established as a burgh of barony, then named simply Port, in 1457 by King James III of Scotland. ...

Strathblane

Strathblane is a village and parish in the registration county of Stirlingshire, situated in the southwestern part of the Stirling council area, in central Scotland. It lies at the foothills of the Campsie Fells and the Kilpatrick Hills on the Bl ...

Strathyre

Strathyre is a district and settlement in the Stirling local government district of Scotland. It forms the south-eastern part of the parish of Balquhidder and was, prior to the 1973 reorganisation of local government, part of Perthshire. It is wi ...

Thornhill, Stirling

Thornhill is a village in the Scottish council area of Stirling. It lies 14 miles from Stirling itself, south of Callander, east of Aberfoyle and west of Doune. The village is in the parish of Norrieston, named from the much earlier village of No ...

Tyndrum

Tyndrum, Scottish Gaelic: Taigh an Droma) is a small village in Scotland. Its Gaelic name translates as "the house on the ridge". It lies in Strathfillan, at the southern edge of Rannoch Moor. Distinguish from Tin drum disambiguation.

Duntocher

Duntocher is a village in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. It has an estimated population of 6.850.The etymology of the name of the village indicates that its name means "the fort on the causeway". Duntocher effectively become the Northern suburbs ...

Gartocharn

Gartocharn is a village in West Dunbartonshire in Scotland, United Kingdom. It is the only village in the parish of Kilmaronock. The parish has a population of 1.051. It lies on the A811, the main road from Balloch to Stirling. It is close to the ...

Old Kilpatrick

Old Kilpatrick, is a village in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland. It has an estimated population of 4.820. It belonged to the parish of Old Kilpatrick which itself was only a few thousand people strong. The forth and Clyde canal separates the old Ki ...

Renton, West Dunbartonshire

Renton is a village in West Dunbartonshire, in the west Central Lowlands of Scotland. In the 2001 National Census it had a population of 2.138. Renton is particularly famous for the villages Association football side. Renton was one of 11 founder ...

Abercorn

Abercorn is a village and civil parish in West Lothian, Scotland. Close to the south coast of the Firth of Forth, the village is around 5 km west of South Queensferry. The parish had a population of 458 at the 2011 Census.

Bellsquarry

Bellsquarry is a small area in the south of Livingston next to Murieston, Scotland. Like Livingston Village and Livingston Station, it became part of Livingston when the town was built in 1962. Bellsquarry still has a village hall and old buildin ...

Cobbinshaw

Cobbinshaw is a small hamlet in West Lothian, Scotland. It is at the end of a dead end road from nearby Woolfords. Cobbinshaw 1.000 ft 300 m above sea level on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Nearby villages include Woolfords, Auchengray and Tarbrax. ...

Ecclesmachan

Ecclesmachan is a village in West Lothian. It lies just north of Uphall on the B8046 road. As at 2001, the population of the civil parish of Ecclesmachan was 529 and was 811 in 1991.

Fauldhouse

The town of Fauldhouse has existed since, at least, the Middle Ages, and was known until the 19th century by the names Falas and Fallas. The seventeenth century Dutch mapmaker Willem Blaeu features Fauldhouse as Falas on two maps in his Atlas Nov ...

Kirknewton, West Lothian

Kirknewton is a village formerly in the county of Midlothian and, since 1975, in West Lothian, Scotland. The population of the Kirknewton Community Council district is 2200, which includes the village and surrounding areas. It lies south of the A ...

Mid Calder

Mid Calder is a town in West Lothian, Scotland. It is located on a steep hill overlooking the River Almond and Calder Wood, around 15 miles west of Edinburgh. The town has been on a major crossroads since its origin some time in the eleventh century.

Philpstoun

Philpstoun is a small village in West Lothian, Scotland, situated roughly 2 miles east of the historic county town of Linlithgow. The village originated in the oil shale mining boom of the 19th century. Surrounded by rich arable farm land, the vi ...

Polbeth

A mile to the west of the village are the Five Sisters Shale Bings, a local landmark and scheduled monument 55°51′35″N 03°35′05″W. The bings rise to a height of 720 feet 220 m, some 230 feet 70 m above the surrounding area, and are the spoil tips ...

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