Historical County: Stirlingshire

Modern County: North Lanarkshire

Kilsyth was originally a weaving town, which then shifted to the mining of coal and ironstone. It was home to one brewery, but also had a strong Temperance Movement, which was successful in voting the town dry in 1920. This resulted in the closure of seventeen licensed premises, including the brewery. It remained dry until 1967.

Buildings in Kilsyth:

Buildings in Kilsyth