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Galston

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The town lies on the south bank of the River Irvine, to the east of Kilmarnock. Originally with an industrial background of mining and mills, the town's industries of today include knotwear and light engineering.


Gatehead

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A small community on the Troon - Kilmarnock road


Gateside

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A small community on the Beith to Barrhead road, some 2 miles east of Beith


Girvan

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Girvan Harbour

A seaside resort which is highly popular for the family holiday. The town has a most picturesque setting backed by the hills rising above sea level. Fine views over the full reaches of the Firth of Clyde towards Ailsa Craig, the 1114 foot high volcanic plug lying 10 miles offshore and with the Island of Arran forming a horizon backdrop.

 

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Glenbuck

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Once a prosperous mining community on the endge of the Lanarkshire moors, 6 miles east of Muirkirk.


Glengarnock

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A community which used to be at the centre of the Steel Industry in Ayrshire.


Author : -Bob McIntyre


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