Gallery of Pictures

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

This is a view of Lesmahagow Station. Lesmahagow did not get a station till fairly late on as a considerable amount of engineering had to be undertaken. It was only opened for business in 1905 and closed ......more

   

This is an example of a spindle whorl. Spindle whorls were attached as a weight to a piece of wood. They were used as a weight and they enabled the users to wind wool around a stick and then attach the ......more

   

This is a better picture of Lesmahagow Priory courtesy of the National Library of Scotland. The date of this sketch is 1783 and was taken from the South West. The points of interest are the door which ......more

   

This is an interesting card produced as part of the Askam series of Lesmahagow. Anybody know anything about this company? The theme which is very unusual is the harvest thanksgiving. I would date it to between 1905-1910

   

This is a view of the old parish church, Lesmahagow which replaced the remains of the priory with the 17th century side aisles. This was undertaken between 1803-1810, then further work was undertaken after ......more

   

This is a picture taken from the charter of Kelso dating to the reign of Malcolm IV of the foundation of Kelso. This was in 1159. Already Lesmahagow Priory had been founded by Malcolm IV`s grandfather ......more

   

This is a view of some of the items from John Greenshields book on Lesmahagow. He lived at the Kerse near Lesmahagow. He had the house there built for him in 1857. Seven years later he published the Annals ......more

   

This is a picture from the Luttrell psalter showing a sheep fold. Sheep farming was an important business for the Tironesian Monks. They had lambs all over South Lanarkshire.


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