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Latitude: 56.5081 / 56°30'29"N
Longitude: -2.6861 / 2°41'9"W
OS Eastings: 357869
OS Northings: 735324
OS Grid: NO578353
Mapcode National: GBR VS.9XS5
Mapcode Global: WH7R8.QP36
Plus Code: 9C8VG857+6H
Entry Name: Panbride House, off Arbroath Road, near Carnoustie
Listing Name: Panbride House, excluding gatelodge to southwest, off Arbroath Road, near Carnoustie
Listing Date: 11 June 1971
Last Amended: 9 October 2018
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 352464
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB18422
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Carnoustie and District
Traditional County: Angus
Panbride House was designed by James McLaren for John Dickson. Dickson built the house after he purchased Panbride Bleachfields for £4220 in 1851 (Dumfries and Galloway Standard, 2 July 1851). The bleachfields, for the bleaching of flax yarn, were built in 1841 by Lord Panmure. Panbride House was completed in 1856, as indicated by a dated carved panel on its south elevation.
In the early 20th century Panbride House was owned by Lieutenant Colonel Edwin Houtonville Richardson. Lt Col Richardson pioneered the training of Airedale Terriers for military service. They were trained to locate injured soldiers on the battlefield, sentry work and carry messages and supplied to the trenches in the First World War. His first trained dogs were given to Glasgow Police in 1905 and are believed to be the first official police dogs in the United Kingdom.
Statutory address and listed building record revised in 2018. Previously listed as 'Panbride House'.
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