Penicuik, Lothian

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Frith photos prompt happy memories of our personal history, so enjoy this trip down memory lane with our old photos, historic maps, local history books, and memories of Penicuik. Refresh & enjoy your personal memories, or find some that family & friends will love as gifts.

It's free to browse our vintage and retro photographs of Penicuik, but if some spark good memories they are available to buy in a wide range of products, including framed prints, canvas prints and personalised photo gifts including tea towels, mugs, jigsaws, tableware, cushion covers, customised calendars. Don't miss other visitors' Memories and maybe connect with those who have shared their memories - you may even know the names, or learn more about the locality.

Old Maps of Penicuik

Historic Maps of Penicuik and the local area.

Old map of Penicuik in 1903-1904
Map of Penicuik in 1903-1904
Old map of Penicuik in 1903-1904

More maps coming!

We are busy preparing more old maps of Penicuik from other years.

Memories of Penicuik
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Read and share your memories of Penicuik itself or of a particular photo of Penicuik.

Hi all, Walter Henderson here, born in 1949 in castlelaw court, father Willy mother Peggy, my three sisters are Anne, Theresa and Dorothy. I remember all you said but not sure if I know you!!!! Sorry. My mates were Ian and Walter mc Willams, John Brodowski, Kevin Waters,Mike mc Ginley, George and Mose Hutchinson and others. Went to the Catholic school then Dalkeith St David's (bus every day). Worked in ...see more

Hello Carol (McCutcheon as I knew you). I was born in 1951 and lived at 19 Glaskhill terrace. My name is James Waugh and my mother was Lizzie and my father John (Jock). Dad worked in Burghlee, Moat and Bilston Glen. All the items in your note ring true. I was one of the Catholics who ran from the school up near the bowling club (Findlay Irvine) across the park and up to Glaskhill before the school in ...see more