Auchentibber, Craigneith & Calderwood

auchentibber, blantyre

3 areas on the South side of Blantyre on the Upper slopes. Roots around mining & tourism

Places Menu:  Auchentibber, Craigneith & Calderwood | Auchinraith | Barnhill & Bardykes | Broompark & Larkfield | Coatshill & Wheatlands | Craighead & Whistleberry |  Crossbasket & Stoneymeadow | Greenhall, Millheugh & Calder | High Blantyre | Hunthill | Kirkton | Low BlantyrePriory & Dechmont | Stonefield | Springwells | Village

Places Submenu: Before 1799 | 1800s | 1900s | 2000-2016

2000BC
Campknowe Hill Fort, Calderside – Great reconstruction by Chris Laddsx3 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1745
The 1745 Watch Theft  – Mr Moore’s stolen watchx2 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1755
Calderwood Linn – Painting by Paul Sandby x1
1773
Calderwood Castle’s fall, rise & fall – A history retold by Chris Laddsx3
Auchentibber – Brief origins of the name x1
1780
Hermitage at Calderwood  – A stone & thatch building at the River x5 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1787
Miners Lost Wage – at Calderside Farm x2 This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1
1791
The Mineral Spring at Park – Park Farm’s spring for tourists x1

Results: 8 articles. More added here daily
Key: Photos attached to Article camera-film-icon Video This article is in The Blantyre Project Book - A Journey in Time Volume 1 Article in Blantyre Project Books

Places Menu:  Auchentibber, Craigneith & Calderwood | Auchinraith | Barnhill & Bardykes | Broompark & Larkfield | Coatshill & Wheatlands | Craighead & WhistleberryCrossbasket & Stoneymeadow | Greenhall, Millheugh & Calder | High Blantyre | Hunthill | Kirkton | Low BlantyrePriory & Dechmont | Stonefield | Springwells | Village

Copyright notice: All articles may be printed off for offline use copyright free. Where any of these articles are intended to be published online or in books, and as they contain my researched narrative, please contact me first for permission.

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