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Category A Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Stirlingshire

  1. A Mugdock Reservoir and Craigmaddie Reservoir Including Straining Wells, James Gale Memorial and Bound
    New Kilpatrick
  2. A Factor's House, Dougalston
    Milngavie
  3. A High Church of Campsie Photos
    Campsie
  4. A Lennox Castle
    Campsie
  5. A Kincaid House (Hotel)
    Campsie
  6. A Bardowie Castle
    Baldernock
  7. A Dundas Church Bo'ness Road
    Grangemouth
  8. A Airth Mercat Cross
    Airth
  9. A Airth Castle Photos
    Airth
  10. A Garden Wall and Pineapple, Dunmore Park Photos
    Airth
  11. A Stenhousemuir, Church Street, Parish Church of Stenhouse and Carron, Former Maclaren Memorial Church
    Larbert
  12. A Torwood Castle Photos
    Dunipace
  13. A Carronvale Road, 'Carronvale' (Boy's Brigade Hq)
    Larbert
  14. A Old Parish Church Churchyard and Monument to James Bruce of Kinnaird and Mary Dundas
    Larbert
  15. A Old Parish Church and Burial Ground Including Boundary Walls and Railings Photos
    Falkirk
  16. A Falkirk Town Steeple. High Street Photos
    Falkirk
  17. A Callendar Park, Callendar House
    Falkirk
  18. A Callendar Park, Callendar House Mausoleum Photos
    Falkirk
  19. A Glasgow Road, Camelon, St Mary of the Angels Roman Catholic Church and Presbytery
    Falkirk
  20. A Parkhill House
    Grangemouth
  21. A Dovecot, Dovecot Road, Westquarter
    Grangemouth
  22. A Avon Viaduct
    Muiravonside
  23. A 30 Low Craigends, St Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
    Kilsyth
  24. A Castle Cary
    Falkirk
  25. A Couligartan Aqueduct Bridge No 1 (Former Glasgow Corporation Water Works)
    Aberfoyle
  26. A Couligartan Aqueduct Bridge No 3 (Former Glasgow Corporation Water Works)
    Aberfoyle
  27. A Drip Old Bridge over River Forth
    Kincardine (Stirling)
  28. A Loch Arklet Dam and Associated Structures Including Valve Towers, Water Channels and Bridge (Former
    Buchanan
  29. A Loch Arklet Dam and Associated Structures Including Valve Towers, Water Channels and Bridge (Former
    Buchanan
  30. A Loch Arklet Dam and Associated Structures Including Valve Towers, Water Channels and Bridge (Former
    Buchanan
  31. A Loch Arklet Dam and Associated Structures Including Valve Towers, Water Channels and Bridge (Former
    Buchanan
  32. A Loch Arklet Dam and Associated Structures Including Valve Towers, Water Channels and Bridge (Former
    Buchanan
  33. A Loch Arklet Dam and Associated Structures Including Valve Towers, Water Channels and Bridge (Former
    Buchanan
  34. A Castle Burn Aqueduct Bridge (Former Glasgow Corporation Water Works)
    Drymen
  35. A Auchentroig, Old Auchentroig
    Drymen
  36. A Gribloch House and Swimming Pool
    Kippen
  37. A Gribloch House and Swimming Pool
    Kippen
  38. A Buchanan Monument
    Killearn
  39. A Killearn, Auchenibert with Terraced Garden
    Killearn
  40. A Gargunnock House
    Gargunnock
  41. A Old Leckie Including Garden Walls
    Gargunnock
  42. A Culcreuch Castle Photos
    Fintry
  43. A Kippen, Station Road, Dun Eaglais, Including Designed Garden
    Kippen
  44. A Stirling University Campus, 1 Airthrey Castle Yard, Principal's House
    Logie (Stirling)
  45. A Stirling University Campus, Pathfoot Building
    Logie (Stirling)
  46. A Church of the Holy Rood St John Street Photos
    Stirling
  47. A Church of the Holy-Rood Churchyard Photos
    Stirling
  48. A 2 Spittal Street and 65, 67 King Street, Athenaeum Photos
    Stirling
  49. A 47, 49 St John Street, Cowane's Hospital (Guildhall) Including Lampstands, Terraces and Boundary Wal Photos
    Stirling
  50. A 31 St John Street, Stirling Old Town Jail (Former Military Prison) with Boundary Walls, Gatepiers an
    Stirling
  51. A 35, 37 Broad Street, Jail Wynd and 32 St John Street, Tolbooth Photos
    Stirling
  52. A The Old Town Cemeteries Photos
    Stirling
  53. A Stirling, Old Bridge Photos
    Stirling
  54. A Stirling Railway Station Including Platform Buildings, Footbridges, Middle Signal Box, North Signal Photos
    Stirling
  55. A Stirling Castle (Comprising): Outer Defences the Counter Guard(1708-14) Photos
    Stirling
  56. A Stirling Castle Forework (1500-1510) Photos
    Stirling
  57. A Stirling Castle Palace (1539-42) Photos
    Stirling
  58. A Stirling Castle Great Hall (1503) Photos
    Stirling
  59. A Stirling Castle Chapel Royal (1594) Photos
    Stirling
  60. A Stirling Castle the Mint (14th Century) Photos
    Stirling
  61. A Stirling Castle Kitchen Range and Grand Battery Photos
    Stirling
  62. A Stirling Castle the King's Old Building Photos
    Stirling
  63. A Stirling Castle Sundial
    Stirling
  64. A Stirling Castle Regimental Headquarters
    Stirling
  65. A 16 (Part) and 18 Bow Street, Erskine of Gogar's House (Commonly Known As Darnley's House) Photos
    Stirling
  66. A 16 Bow Street (Part, Within Close), Moir of Leckie's House Photos
    Stirling
  67. A 16 Broad Street, East Section of James Norrie's Lodging Photos
    Stirling
  68. A Castle Wynd Argyll Lodging (Including Garden Wall.) Now Youth Hostel. Photos
    Stirling
  69. A 39 and 41 St John Street, Bruce of Auchenbowie's House Photos
    Stirling
  70. A 39 and 41 St John Street, Bruce of Auchenbowie's House
    Stirling
  71. A St Mary's Wynd John Cowane's House Photos
    Stirling
  72. A 56 Spittal Street, Glengarry Lodge or Darrow Lodging Photos
    Stirling
  73. A Milnholm Hatchery
    St Ninians
  74. A Touch House (Mrs Buchanan)
    St Ninians
  75. A Auchenbowie House
    St Ninians
  76. A Howietoun Fishery
    St Ninians
  77. A Cambusbarron, 19-82 (Inclusive Nos) Woolcarder's Court, 1-24 (Inclusive Nos) Hayford Mills, 30-39 (I
    St Ninians
  78. A Holy Trinity Episcopal Church 26 Dumbarton Road
    Stirling
  79. A St Ninians Old Parish Kirk Kirk Wynd
    Stirling
  80. A St. Ninians Old Parish Kirk Kirkyard
    Stirling
  81. A Academy Road, Stirling Highland Hotel, Old High School
    Stirling
  82. A Bannockburn, Rotunda, Memorial Cairn, Flagpole and Statue of King Robert I Photos
    St Ninians
  83. A Bannockburn, Rotunda, Memorial Cairn, Flagpole and Statue of King Robert I
    St Ninians
  84. A Bannockburn House
    St Ninians
  85. A River Avon, Edinburgh to Glasgow Railway Viaduct
    Linlithgow
  86. A Bannockburn House including garden walls to east and approach drive walls to north, Bannockburn
    St Ninians
  87. A Bannockburn House including garden walls to east and approach drive walls to north, Bannockburn
    St Ninians
  88. A Bannockburn House including garden walls to east and approach drive walls to north, Bannockburn
    St Ninians

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