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Kibirnie

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6 Miles north of Dalry, Kilbirnie was once a thriving industrial town comprising of yarn processing, knitwear and a large steel rolling mill at Glengarnock - the later is long gone.


Kilmarnock

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An busy industrial town with good communication links to all parts of the country. The town provides an employment, shopping and recreation centre for a number of smaller towns and villages in the area. It also has numerous parks and indoor swimming pool.

  
Kilmarnock from the Bellfield Roundbout and John Finnie Street
  
Kilmarnock Railway Station and King Street

Town Square

Kilmarnock related web sites
St Kentigern's Parish Church
New Farm Loch, Kilmarnock

The Lordship & Barony of Kilmarnock


Kilmaurs

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Kilwinning

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Part of Irvine New Town, Kilwinning in fact goes back in history many many years, with Kilwinning Abbey being destroyed during the Reformation. Nor far from the ruins of the Abbey is the Mother Kilwinning No 0 Masonic Lodge, traditionally connected with the building of the Abbey, but generally acknowledged to be the first Masonic Lodge in Scotland.

Kilwinning is popular as a residential area, is near to the coast and within ease reach of Glasgow with a week-day 15 minute rail service.

It also has a small industrial estate which includes textiles and engineering.

Kilwinning related web sites


Kirkmichael

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Looking west, down one of the main streets of the village.

Kirkmichael related web sites
The Kirkmichael Community


Kirkoswald

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Kirkoswald related web sites
The Kirkoswald Community


Author : -Bob McIntyre


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