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Category A Listed Buildings in Falkirk

  1. A 49 North Street,dymock's Buildings with Scotland's Close Warehouse and Service Court
    Bo'Ness
  2. A 49 North Street,dymock's Buildings with Scotland's Close Warehouse and Service Court
    Bo'Ness
  3. A Academy Road, Stirling Highland Hotel, Old High School
    Stirling
  4. A Airth Castle Photos
    Airth
  5. A Airth Mercat Cross
    Airth
  6. A Auchenbowie House
    St Ninians
  7. A Avon Aqueduct
    Muiravonside
  8. A Avon Aqueduct, Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal Aqueduct
    Linlithgow
  9. A Avon Viaduct
    Muiravonside
  10. A Bannockburn, Rotunda, Memorial Cairn, Flagpole and Statue of King Robert I Photos
    St Ninians
  11. A Bannockburn, Rotunda, Memorial Cairn, Flagpole and Statue of King Robert I
    St Ninians
  12. A Blackness Castle Photos
    Bo'Ness and Carriden
  13. A Bo'ness Station Including Former Haymarket Train Shed, Former Wormit Station Building, Signal Box an Photos
    Bo'Ness
  14. A Bo'ness Station Including Former Haymarket Train Shed, Former Wormit Station Building, Signal Box an
    Bo'Ness
  15. A Callendar Park, Callendar House
    Falkirk
  16. A Callendar Park, Callendar House Mausoleum Photos
    Falkirk
  17. A Cambusbarron, 19-82 (Inclusive Nos) Woolcarder's Court, 1-24 (Inclusive Nos) Hayford Mills, 30-39 (I
    St Ninians
  18. A Carriden, Carriden House Including Boundary Walls
    Bo'Ness
  19. A Carronvale Road, 'Carronvale' (Boy's Brigade Hq)
    Larbert
  20. A Church Wynd, Graveyards Including Boundary Walls Photos
    Bo'Ness
  21. A Dovecot, Dovecot Road, Westquarter
    Grangemouth
  22. A Dundas Church Bo'ness Road
    Grangemouth
  23. A Falkirk Town Steeple. High Street Photos
    Falkirk
  24. A Garden Wall and Pineapple, Dunmore Park Photos
    Airth
  25. A Glasgow Road, Camelon, St Mary of the Angels Roman Catholic Church and Presbytery
    Falkirk
  26. A Holy Trinity Episcopal Church 26 Dumbarton Road
    Stirling
  27. A Howietoun Fishery
    St Ninians
  28. A James Watt's Cottage and boiler at Kinneil House, Bo'ness
    Bo'Ness
  29. A James Watt's Cottage and boiler at Kinneil House, Bo'ness
    Bo'Ness
  30. A Kinneil House including footbridge over Gil Burn, gatepiers to west and east and boundary walls, Bo'
    Bo'Ness
  31. A Kinneil House including footbridge over Gil Burn, gatepiers to west and east and boundary walls, Bo'
    Bo'Ness
  32. A Kinneil House including footbridge over Gil Burn, gatepiers to west and east and boundary walls, Bo'
    Bo'Ness
  33. A Kinneil House including footbridge over Gil Burn, gatepiers to west and east and boundary walls, Bo'
    Bo'Ness
  34. A Kinneil House including footbridge over Gil Burn, gatepiers to west and east and boundary walls, Bo'
    Bo'Ness
  35. A Kinneil, Kinneil House Including Gatepiers to West and East and Boundary Walls Photos
    Bo'Ness
  36. A Milnholm Hatchery
    St Ninians
  37. A North Street, the Hippodrome
    Bo'Ness
  38. A Old Parish Church and Burial Ground Including Boundary Walls and Railings Photos
    Falkirk
  39. A Old Parish Church Churchyard and Monument to James Bruce of Kinnaird and Mary Dundas
    Larbert
  40. A Parkhill House
    Grangemouth
  41. A St Ninians Old Parish Kirk Kirk Wynd
    Stirling
  42. A St. Ninians Old Parish Kirk Kirkyard
    Stirling
  43. A Stenhousemuir, Church Street, Parish Church of Stenhouse and Carron, Former Maclaren Memorial Church
    Larbert
  44. A The Binns
    Abercorn
  45. A Torwood Castle Photos
    Dunipace
  46. A Touch House (Mrs Buchanan)
    St Ninians
  47. A Woodcockdale, Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal Stables and Cottages
    Linlithgow

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