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Welcome to our new Online Exhibitions space where you can explore the history of East Dunbartonshire and find out more about significant local places and events.

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Explore our Online Exhibitions

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.

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.

Peel Park Kirkintilloch

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

Eastside Bothy Fire

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

Westerton Garden Suburb

The story of Scotland's first garden suburb. Built at Westerton in 1913 the garden suburb is part of an outstanding conservation area and one of Scotland's architectural gems.