Comment by Graham U`ren: This is Garron (not Garrion) Bridge over the River Shira just as it enters Loch Fyne on the Argyll estate just north of Inveraray.
This group are from the Rogerson collection but links are not known. Anybody any ideas?
High Street, Lanark This is a good view of Lanark High Street pre World War I. Notice that the road is pretty dreadful, no tarmac then just mud. Horse and cart was still the main form of transport. ......more
19th century staircase, Clydesdale Hotel, Lanark This is a view of a fine 19th century staircase leading down at the East end of the building. The metal work is of excellent quality.
Assembly Room Ceiling, Clydesdale Hotel, Lanark This was the original roof of the assembly rooms. Originally it was much higher than it is currently. The height of the ceiling meant that it was quite ......more
Roof Space, Clydesdale Hotel, Lanark This gives an idea of how the roof of the Clydesdale Inn was built.
Front bedroom window, Clydesdale Hotel This is a view out of one of the front bedroom windows when the Clydesdale was being renovated. It was interesting to find that some of the glass in the window ......more
Assembly Rooms, Gallery The Clydesdale Inn did not include the large back room - in the old days this was called the Assembly rooms. The Inn was built in 1792 and was such a success that in 1820 it ......more
Assembly Room, Clydesdale Hotel, Lanark The Clydesdale Inn did not include the large back room - in the old days this was called the Assembly Rooms. The Inn was built in 1792 and was such a success ......more
Save The Clydesdale Inn This was a campaign to ensure the survival of the Clydesdale Inn after Wetherspoons decided to move out in 2016. Fortunately Hawthorn Leisure took it over and they are now putting ......more
The Scattering, Clydesdale Inn, Lanark The Clydesdale was a popular venue for the Officer`s dinner at the end of the Annual Camp. The officers would stay the night in the Clydesdale and would dismiss ......more
Ford Day at Lanark Racecourse This is a view of the Ford Day at Lanark Racecourse. This was organised by W.H. Cox owner of the Clydesdale Inn in 1913. It was the first motor show if one can call it ......more
The Clydesdale Inn The Clydesdale Inn was Lanark’s first hotel for tourists though the initial idea was more to do with a gentleman’s club. The Inn started out in this manner with the local gentry ......more
Bloomgate, Lanark This is an early view of Bloomgate which I posted the other week. The reason that I am reposting is that it shows the Clydesdale Inn with not only the AA sign but with a sign for a ......more
lydesdale Hotel, Lanark this is a view of the Clydesdale Hotel as it was then known. The view is probably about the mid 1950`s. The Morris Minor is a trip down memory lane. My eldest brother had one ......more