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Clydesdale’s Buildings

General introduction by Ed Archer chairman of LADAS http://www.clydesdalesheritage.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/buildings.mp3   Click images to enlarge Bonningtown House, Lanark Corehouse, Near Lanark Smyllum, Lanark Castlebank, Lanark Douglas Castle, Douglas Toftombs, Biggar Eastend, Thankerton Bellefield, Lanark Stonebyres House, Near Lanark Milton Lockart, Near Lanark The... read more

St Kentigerns (Old Postcards)

Click images to enlarge St Kentigerns postcard sent 1916   St Kentigerns 1913   St Kentigerns in 1945   Very old picture of St... read more

St Mary’s Church Hall, Lanark

On Friday 16th September 2011 St Mary’s Church hall was destroyed by fire. Lanark was brought to a standstill as fireman fought bravely to try and save this church hall. Sadly the demise of this much loved church hall brought back sad memories dating back to 1907 when St Mary’s Church was destroyed by fire on 13th April.  The Church celebrated its 100yrs rebuild in 2010. St Mary’s... read more

Farms Project

Currently the Lanark and District Archaeological Society is undertaking a survey of  farms in Clydesdale . This project meets every Tuesday and is organized by Jim Kane . He can be contacted at 015556612333 or at ALVO , 2 Hope Street, Lanark ML 11 7LZ. This project has been going for four years and the group has explored at least fifty farms throughout Clydesdale ; this could not have been possible... read more

Blackcastle Farm

Introduction This report describes the results of a day’s fieldwork at Blackcastle Farm, Lanarkshire. Blackcastle lies 1km to the west of the A70 Lanark to Edinburgh road (NT 021 534). The fieldwork formed the second day of a two day introduction to building recording organised at the request of Ed Archer of CSV/RSVP. The first element took place on Monday 27th March 2006 and consisted of a talk in the... read more

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