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Linthouse Vennel, described by one of its residents (M.H.) as "probably the nicest street in harbourside with cobble street & big black anchor", was inadvertently overlooked. Therefore, it will be the first entry on this page, with photos and some background appearing on this page in August. For the moment, here are a couple of photos taken on a dull morning - sunnier ones will replace them - the gull came over specially to get its photo taken!
Also, Linthouse Vennel is unfortunately not named on the street map in the book or on the website map, so, though too late for the former, we intend to add it to the latter.



p.11: The Croft Inn is in Springside. (The mention of Dreghorn sneaked in because the 1885 Valuation Roll recorded "Croft Inn, by Dreghorn" since Springside is in Dreghorn parish.)


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