A couple of pieces of Kinbuck railway memorabilia from eBay.
Firstly, a Caledonian Railway Luggage Label for one of the worlds greatest train journeys from Doune to Kinbuck.
Secondly, a slide of a Black 5 steam train heading south from Kinbuck on 4th September 1964.
7:30pm Saturday 20th September 2014
In The Centre, Kinbuck
Bar, Curry, Raffle
Numbers needed by Wed 17th September
To reserve places:-
Telephone: Douglas on 01786 820292
Another photo in the series on the Station. A post card we have already seen but this time boasting a great sentiment for someone bound for Kinbuck…
Did you know Kinbuck features on the Great Tapestry of Scotland?
The village is mentioned on the panel entitled
Jacobite Rising 1715 Chaotic Battle of Sheriffmuir
highlighting our role in the build up to the inconclusive encounter on 13th November 1715.
To view the panel click here.
Congratulations to Kinbuck’s own Struan Robertson who has been selected as Stirling County RFC‘s new club captain for 2014/15.
Following a players vote Struan was chosen to replace retiring long-serving skipper Alex Moffat.
Kinbuck wishes you every success for the season ahead.
Full details of the planning application are available here.
The application contains comments and a photograph of a view of the proposed turbines from the picnic benches in Kinbuck. On pages 64, 65 and 87 they describe the magnitude of change to the visual impact as substantial/moderate, but the significance of the effect as moderate.
To object to the application e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible quoting the application reference,
14/00465/FUL | Application for planning permission for two wind turbines at 42m to blade tip (30m hub height), associated meter housing and crane pads | Land Some 600 Metres South West Of Waterside Farm Auchinlay Road Dunblane