Kirkintilloch


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Kirkintilloch

(kûrkĭntĭl`ŏkh), town (1991 pop. 33,024), East Dunbartonshire, W Scotland, on the Forth and Clyde Canal. An engineering center, the town has factories that produce mining machinery, valves, and concrete. The electrical power system of S Scotland is controlled from Kirkintilloch. Chartered in the 13th cent., the town is located on the line of the Roman Antonine wall.
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Kirkintilloch was famously one of Scotland's last dry towns, suffering 44 years of prohibitionbut it's making up for it now with the Lion & Star.
He went straight through a junction and smashed into the living room of a house in Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow.
I AM the conductor of Kirkintilloch Male Voice Choir, from Scotland, and we had the honour to visit Newcastle last weekend to perform with Newcastle Male Chorus at St George's Cullercoats for Christian Aid.
She then threw the tools in a bin at Kirkintilloch police office, near Glasgow, before clocking off at 7am, the city's sheriff court heard.
I am the conductor of Kirkintilloch Male Voice Choir in Scotland, and we had the honour to visit Cardiff recently to perform with the Cardiff Male Choir at Llandaff Cathedral as part of your city's double celebrations in 2005.
Scottish Co-op is to sell its superstore in Kirkintilloch to Sainsbury for an undisclosed sum.
Reports claimed that Alexander 'Sandy' Mitchell, 44, from Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow, faced the death penalty.
Meanwhile, the Daily Mail claimed that a third Briton, Alexander "Sandy" Mitchell, 44, from Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow, had been sentenced to death after a summary trial without lawyers.
Mr Brian Monteith, Conservative MSP for Mid-Scotland and Fife, had submitted a parliamentary motion backing the petition initiated by Mr Garry Cooke, of Alloway Drive, Kirkintilloch.
The works will be undertaken throughout East Dunbartonshire which includes areas such as Kirkintilloch, Bishopbriggs, Milngavie and Bearsden.
Ross Aitken lost control of his Vauxhall Astra and it smashed into a home in Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, last October.
Each week we take a step back in time and give you a match report from a game of yesteryear SUNDAY MAIL May 22, 1932 Glasgow Perthshire 2, Rob Roy 1 After 40 years of endeavour Glasgow Perthshire, at Firhill yesterday, won the Scottish Junior Cup at the expense of Kirkintilloch Rob Roy.