Tillicoultry Glen Etc. (1950’s) - a Memory of Tillicoultry.

I remember spending many happy hours in the glen, which to me was a wonderfully magical place. In those days to gain access to it you had to pass through a rustic wooden shelter with a bench on either side. I believe it has long since been demolished. Halfway down Upper Mill Street was a newsagent’s shop, which in the 1950’s was owned by a Polish gentleman who presumably had settled in Tillicoultry immediately after the Second World War.

A memory shared by John Cunningham on Dec 18th, 2013. Send John Cunningham a message

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