Royal Hotel, Grange Street, Old Grangemouth

Maker
Alexander Gentles Fyfe
Production date
Circa 1968
Description
View of The Royal public house on the ground floor. The first floor has a coat-of-arms carved in stone. There are two and three-storey tenements. Some of the houses are boarded up.
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Production date
Circa 1968
Subject notes
The Old Town (Auld Toon) grew up around the eastern entrance of the Forth and Clyde Canal. It had about six main streets and was surrounded by water: the River Carron, timber basins, and docks. In the centre was the canal basin.
Accession number
P00527

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