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Local History Week 2014 brochure


A selection of documents and photographs from the EDLC Archives illustrating East Dunbartonshire's historical connections with other countries, including several Commonwealth nations.



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Online Exhibitions

Welcome to  our new Online Exhibition space where you can discover more about the history of East Dunbartonshire. 

Canal festival

Forth & Clyde Canal

An exhibition following the history, industry and regeneration of the first canal to be built in Scotland, the Forth and Clyde Canal.

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Lion Foundry

The Lion Foundry

Discover more about the Lion Foundry, a Kirkintilloch iron foundry famous for producing bandstands, shopping arcades and of course, red telephone kiosks.

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Peel Park

Peel Park, Kirkintilloch

Learn about the history of Peel Park in Kirkintilloch, a place of real historical significance.

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Bothy Fire plaque

Eastside Bothy Fire

An exhibition commemorating the fire in Kirkintilloch, which killed ten young 'tattie howkers' from Achill, County Mayo in 1937.

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