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Tarbolton

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A small country village with strong connections with Robert Burns, it lies in a farming community.

Burn's famous Bachelors Club is located here.

Tarbolton Church and the Main Street of the village.


The Den

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Troon

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Troon is located a few miles north of Ayr and Prestwick, and is a popular holiday resort. It has a harbour which has been home of a few fishing boats and other vessels but is also a popular leisure cruising centre with it's own marina. The Ayrshire Fish Market moved from Ayr to Troon on 15th July 1996.

On 29th April 1999, Seacat are starting a service between Troon Harbour and Belfasr.

The vessel visit Troon on the 27th to do some docking training on the new docking ramp.

   
Troon Marina and Templehill

Troon is also a great golfing centre, and the town hosted the British Open Tournament in 1997.

   
   

Troon related web sites
Troon Old Parish Church
The Troon Page
Pictures of the town and a contact list for Marr College Former Pupils

For details of "Jeanie's Jotter" Web site email Jeanie
Troon On-line


Turnberry

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Author : -Bob McIntyre


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