Photographs - Local Places

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Photographs - Local Places

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Wyn Martin (l), Mysie Gillespie (r), The Moor
Wyn Martin (l), Mysie Gillespie (r)

Craigengillan
Photo by Karyl Richards (great grandaughter Robert McAdam)

Clennoch Bothy
Colour plate

Clennoch
Laser copy

Burnfoot, Carsphairn.
Wide colour photo, possibly William McLellan.

Tinkler's Loup
Given by Mrs Auld, Ayr

Tinkler's Loup
Unknown woman

Outside the Shiel of Castlemaddie
Heritage Group Outing, September 1997. The Colonel, Anna and Fiona Campbell, Hughie Adamson.

The Clennoch Bothy
Re-roofing

The Clennoch Bothy
Re-roofing

The Clennoch Bothy
Re-roofing

The Clennoch Bothy
Re-roofing

The Clennoch Bothy
Re-roofing

Boating on the Deugh
Willie Dickson as youngster

Old Liggate Bridge with bus
Newspaper photo

High Bridge of Ken
Newspaper photo

The Tinkler's Loup
Copy from Cathcart album

Boat on Loch Doon
Copy from Cathcart album

Black Rocks
Exhibition copy

The Hut
Copy

Hut location
Allan Ramsay's hut on Marbrack

Hut interior
Allan Ramsay's hut on Marbrack

Landscape from Green Well
Looking at Bank Wood, Cairnsmore in far distance

Outside in the hay field the Shiel of Castlemaddie<br /><br />
Heritage Group Outing, September 1997. The Colonel, Anna and Fiona Campbell x 2

Outside in the hay field the Shiel of Castlemaddie<br /><br />
Heritage Group Outing, September 1997. The Colonel, Anna and Fiona Campbell x 2

Notelet of Tunskin
Back: Adopted in 1965, Tunskeen was the fist bothy to be renovated by the Mountain Bothies Association and has been chosen this year to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the MBA. Records show that in late 1912, herder William Templeton, helped by…

Kars Castle
Colour

Bridge over Benloch Bum
Robert Wilson (Shiel)

Salmon on the Deugh
Enlarged laser copy

Kendoon Loch and Amdarroch from Knowehead
Kendoon Loch and Amdarroch from Knowehead

Willie&#039;s Cave
Willie's Cave

Green Well of Scotland
Green Well of Scotland

Green Well of Scotland
Green Well of Scotland

War Memorial
Aerial Photo

Bridgend
Bridgend

Moorbrock
Laser copy

Hunt Ha&#039; (Hunt Hall)
Hunt Ha - situated at the Head of Loch Doon (used to be in Carsphairn Parish) dates back to pre-registration 1840's)

 Carsphad farm cottage&#039;s location
2 x Colour photographs

River Ken &amp; Carsphad Dam
Shows the Carsphad farm buildings still standing

The Ken at Polharrow
Carsphad farm buildings and house
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