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- Add to BasketIndustrial Locomotives Of The Lothians
- Paperback - Stenlake
'Industrial Locomotives of the Lothians' features a collection of mainly 1950s and 1960s photographs of industrial locomotives at various locations within the city of Edinburgh, East Lothian, West Lothian and Midlothian.
- Add to BasketMore Old Beith With Gateside And Barrmill
- Paperback - Stenlake
'More Old Beith with Gateside and Barrmill' features old photographs, mainly from the 1905 to 1940s period of the Ayrshire towns and villages of Beith, Gateside and Barrmill, accompanied by detailed and informative captions.
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- Paperback - Ian Allan
This text explores the history of tramway operation in Edinburgh, focusing primarily on the last decade of operation, during which period the immediate optimism of the postwar years was replaced by the rapid elimination of this highly popular form of transport.
- Paperback - Black & White
This follow-up to 'Times Past' features memorable images from Glasgow, Edinburgh and all around Scotland. There are chapters showing a beatific snow-covered Glasgow, famous visitors to Scotland including James Stewart and Brigitte Bardot, memorable football matches and Christmas celebrations.
- Add to BasketScottish Archaeological Journal
- Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
Dundonald Castle, the Ayrshire country retreat of the Scottish kings Robert II and Robert III, was finally abandoned as a residence towards the end of the 16th century. This volume represents the final definitive report on the archaeological work carried out during conservation of the ruins between 1986 and 1993.
- Add to BasketWalking Down The Somerset Road: The Complete History Of Ayr United
- Paperback - Fort
Founded in 1910 after Parkhouse and Ayr FC amalgamated, Ayr United have become one of the established members of the Scottish football league. This book traces the history, honours and noted ex-players and managers of 'the honest men'.
- Add to BasketGlasgow by the way, but
- Hardback - Luath
Born and brought up in Glasgow but now living in New Zealand, John Cairney has had the benefit of experiencing Glasgow as one of its citizens and observing the city from afar. 'Glasgow Flourishes' provides a series of essays examining different aspects of Glasgow in a historical and cultural context.
- Add to BasketHibernian Greats
- Hardback - Breedon
'Hibernian Greats' looks back on the fascinating careers of 10 of Hibernian's favourite players.
- Add to BasketModern Dundee: Life In The City Since World War Two
- Paperback - Breedon
Providing an account of the rich daily life of Dundee, the author recalls important events and individuals, offers keen insights into the processes of development and recovery and paints a graphic portrait of the modern city and its people.
- Paperback - RCAHMS
This broadsheet gives an account of the buildings and history of New Lanark with images of the historical buildings and an annotated map. It also gives a history of the New Lanark World Heritage Site.