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Priestland

Priestland is a village in East Ayrshire, Scotland. It has a population of 121 and lies on the A71, around two miles west of Loudoun Hill, ten miles east of Kilmarnock and twenty miles south of Glasgow. It is situated in a valley through which th ...

Queenzieburn

Queenzieburn is a small settlement in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. Its estimated population is 520. It is located near the town of Kilsyth and has a small industrial estate. The village has one school called Chapelgreen Primary. Senior pupils usu ...

Rankinston

Rankinston is a village situated 3/4 mile off the B730, approximately 12 miles south east of the town of Ayr. Rankinston commands a panoramic view of over 20 miles north looking over the towns of Ayr, Prestwick and Troon. During the reign of Robe ...

Ravenswood, Cumbernauld

Ravenswood, sometimes known as Bogedge, was formerly a retreat for Glasgow churchmen. There are records of an Episcopal chapel there. Ravenswood is also called Bogedge on old maps. The remains of a mill from Ravenswood Farm can still be traced.

Renfrew (district)

Renfrew District was one of nineteen local government districts in the Strathclyde region of Scotland, which existed between 1975 and 1996. The district was formed by the local government act Scotland 1973 from part of the former County of Renfre ...

Seafar

Seafar is an area of the town of Cumbernauld. The original Seafar sand pit and farm were in the middle of what is now the A8011. Early in the new towns history Seafar was more distinct from Ravenswood and Muirhead than it now is possibly due to t ...

Seafield, Ayr

Seafield is a southern district of Ayr, Scotland. A major landmark in the area is the former Seafield Childrens Hospital, which closed in 1991. The area is also home to a large golf course.

Silverton, Dumbarton

Silverton is a large housing scheme in Dumbarton East, Scotland, located between Dumbarton Rock and Dumbuck Hill and Round Riding Road to the north. It derives its name from the farm upon which it is now located. It is mainly a residential distri ...

Skares

Skares is a village in East Ayrshire, Scotland. Skares is located about three miles South-West of Cumnock. He was a football team called Skares bluebells. Skares consisted of older core of the village and three miners terraces. They were called, ...

Sorn

Sorn is a small village in East Ayrshire, Scotland. It is situated on the River Ayr. It has a population of roughly 350. Its neighbouring village is Catrine. Sorn Castle lies just outside the village.

Spango Valley

Spango Valley is a steep sided valley to the south-west of Greenock, Scotland. A small river, the Spango Burn, runs through the valley. Spango valley and valleypark hotel offers rooms connected by the A78 road. Electrified railway Inverclyde line ...

Stamperland

Stamperland is a suburban residential area in Clarkston, East Renfrewshire, Scotland. Part of the Greater Glasgow conurbation, it is situated on the west bank of the White Cart Water about 4.5 miles south of Glasgow city centre, and just outside ...

Straiton

Straiton is a village on the River Girvan in South Ayrshire in Scotland, mainly built in the 18th century, but with some recent housing. It was the main location for the film the Match, where they play two rival pubs against each other in the ann ...

Strathkelvin

Strathkelvin is the strath of the River Kelvin in west central Scotland, close to the city of Glasgow. The name Strathkelvin was formerly used for one of nineteen local government districts in the Strathclyde region of Scotland.

Tannochside

Tannochside is an area of Uddingston approximately 8 miles south-east of Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Although considered part of Uddingston, it lies within a separate local authority area. Tannochside is contained within the boundaries of North Lanark ...

Tarbolton

Tarbolton is a village in South Ayrshire, Scotland. It is near Failford, Mauchline and the same distance bar a few hundreds yards to Ayr and Kilmarnock. The old Fail Monastery was nearby and Robert Burns connections are strong, including the Bach ...

Townend, Dumbarton

Townend is a moderate to large housing suburb in Dumbarton, Scotland. It stretches from Dumbarton Central Station to Barloan roundabout, and to Round Riding Rd to the east. It has a mix of residential houses, private and council lets. In the area ...

Uplawmoor

Uplawmoor is a village in East Renfrewshire, Scotland. Its population was 700 as of 2016. Historic Uplawmoor, associated for centuries with the Barony of Caldwell and the Mure family, is still today, although devoid of stores can be found there. ...

Upperton, North Lanarkshire

Upperton is a village in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, near Airdrie and Cumbernauld, about 20 miles north-east of Glasgow. It lies close to the B803 between Greengairs and Slamannan. Other nearby roads include Hulks Road towards the A73, Fannyside ...

Wattston

Wattston is a village on the B803, west of Greengairs in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. Between them Wattston and Greengairs have about 1.190 residents. It is around 4 km south of Cumbernauld, and 4 km north of Airdrie. Other places nearby include ...

Whifflet

Whifflet is now a suburb of Coatbridge, Scotland, which once formed its own distinctive village. It is referred to locally as The Whifflet. Presently located in the North Lanarkshire Council area it was originally known as wheat flats but over ti ...

Adabroc

Adabrock, is a village in the area of Ness, Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Adabrock is within the parish of Barvas, and is situated on the B8015 between Lionel and Eorodale. It is at the northern tip of Lewis, south-west of Port of Ness. ...

Aird an Rùnair

Aird an Rùnair is the most westerly point of the island of North Uist in the Western Isles of Scotland. The headland is approximately 4 kilometres south-west of Balmartin. The nearest town is constantly on the disputed territory of Rockall, is th ...

Aird Uig

Aird Uig is a village on the Isle of Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Aird Uig is within the parish of Uig, and is situated on the C40 minor road which joins to the B8011 at Timsgarry. Aird UIG village two distinctive characters. The south ...

Aird, Lewis

Aird is a village in the Scottish council area of Eileanan Siar. It is located on the Eye Peninsula on the east coast of the Isle of Lewis. Aird is within the parish of Stornoway, and is situated on the A866 near the northern end of the road. The ...

Airidh a Bhruaich

Airidh a Bhruaich is a scattered crofting township in the South Lochs district of the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. It lies at the head of the sea loch of Loch Seaforth.

Allasdale

Allasdale is a settlement on Barra in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. The settlement is also within the parish of Barra, and is situated on the A888 which is the islands circular main road.

Amhuinnsuidhe

Amhuinnsuidhe is a settlement on the Harris, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. The settlement is also within the parish of Harris. Amhuinnsuidhe is centred on the country house, Amhuinnsuidhe Castle, which is adjacent to the B887 road.

Ardhasaig

Ardhasaig is a settlement on the western coast of north Harris, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Ardhasaig is also within the parish of Harris, and is situated on the A859 which links Harris with Stornoway. The settlement lies near to the junctio ...

Ardheisker

Ardheisker is a settlement on North Uist, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Ardheisker is within the parish of North Uist, and the A865 runs through the settlement.

Ardroil

Ardroil is more accurately the name of a fertile machair district by the expanse of Uig Bay between two rivers: The Forsa River and the Red River. The land is made fertile from the wind blown shell sand which has fertilised the black earth for ce ...

Askernish

Askernish is a crofting community on South Uist, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Askernish is in the parish of South Uist, and is situated on the A865 north of Daliburgh. The Askerish golf course, designed by Old Tom Morris is located on the coa ...

Baile an Truiseil

Ballantrushal is a village on the Isle of Lewis in the West Side district, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Ballantrushal is within the parish of Barvas, and is situated on the A857. The standing stone Clach an Trushal is beside the village. and ...

Baile Glas

Baile Glas or Ballaglasa is a settlement on Grimsay in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Ballaglasa is within the parish of North Uist.

Balallan

Balallan, meaning "Allans Town", is a crofting township on the Isle of Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Balallan is within the parish of Lochs. The village has the distinction of being the longest village 4 miles measured from end to end i ...

Balgarva

Balgarva is a crofting settlement on South Uist in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Balgarva is within the parish of South Uist.

Barvas

Barvas is a settlement, community and civil parish on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. The Reverend Allan MacArthur was Minister of the Free Church in Stornoway 1857 to 1887. It developed around transport interchanges. In the A857 and A858 to meet ...

Bayble

Bayble is a large village in Point, on the Isle of Lewis, 6 miles east of the town of Stornoway. Bayble is also within the parish of Stornoway. There are about 400 people living in Bayble. It is divided into upper and lower Bayble by a burn at th ...

Bayble Island

Bayble Island lies at the southern end of Bayble Bay. It consists of two islands, but these appear as a single island from most directions. The hamlets of Upper and Lower Bayble overlook the island and bay. Bayble island Scottish Gaelic: Eilean P ...

Beinn Sciathan

Beinn Sciathan, also called Ben Scrien, is the highest point on the Outer Hebridean island of Eriskay. Called, apparently, "boring shot" Michael Fitzpatrick, 2012, however, commands a beautiful view of Barra, South Uist, Skye, tiree and Coll. The ...

Bogach

Bogach is a village on the island of Barra in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Bogach is also within the parish of Barra, and is situated on a minor road, linked to the A888. It consists of just 8 crofts, each of which lies on a small strip of land ...

Boreray, North Uist

Boreray is an island with a single croft, lying 2 kilometres north of North Uist in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.

Bornish

Bornish is a village on South Uist in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Bornish is also within the parish of South Uist. The A865 passes through Bornish, on the route between Lochmaddy and Lochboisdale.

Borrowston, Lewis

Borrowston is a crofting township situated on the Isle of Lewis, on the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. It lies at the northern end of Loch Carloway 0.5 miles west of Carloway. Borrowston is within the parish of Uig, and is situated near to the A858, ...

Borsham

Borsham is a village in the Bays area of Harris in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Borsham is within the parish of Harris. The settlement is situated off the C79, incorrectly known as The Golden Road’ which actually runs from Stockinish to Miavaig ...

Borve, Barra

Borve is a village on the west coast of the island of Barra in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Borve is within the parish of Barra, and is situated on the A888 which is the islands circular main road. There are a number of Neolithic monuments in th ...

Borve, Harris

Borve is a village in Harris in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Borve is also within the parish of Harris, and is situated on the A859.

Bragar

Bragar is a village on the west side of the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland, 14 miles from the islands only town, Stornoway. Bragar is within the parish of Barvas, and is situated on the A858 between Carloway and Barvas. The inhabit ...

Branahuie

Branahuie is a village on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Branahuie is within the parish of Stornoway, and is situated on the A866. It is also close to Stornoway, Stornoway Airport and Melbost.

Breasclete

Breasclete is a village and community on the west side of the Isle of Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Breasclete is within the parish of Uig, and is situated adjacent to the A858.