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ochhils The Ochil Hills. Published 1994. (In association with Forth Naturalist & Historian). £3.50 +p/p
Mary Queen of Scots Mary Queen of Scots. (In association with Forth Naturalist & Historian). £1.00 +p/p
mines & minerals Mines & Minerals of the Ochils. Reprinted 2009. £2.00 +p/p
memento mori .Memento Mori. Guide to Alloa Old Kirkgate. £0.50 +p/p
east west walks Alloa East & West Walk. Published 2004. £1.00 +p/p
craigrie and gartmorn lades The Craigrie & Gartmorn Lades. Published 2011. £4.00 +p/p
the past around us The Past Around Us. Published 2004.                                        £5.00 +p/p
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The Driving Force (disk 2 and 3)

SPECIAL DVD DOUBLE SET  containing 9 programmes on how railways and the coal industry shaped Clackmannanshire.


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The Tryst at Stenhousemuir

The story of a Traditional Scottish Fair, Which started in 1785 where Highland Drovers and Dealers buying and selling cattle, then in 1900 it formed into what is still known to-day as The Tryst Fair.

Narrated by Alec Shuttleworth.


Clackmannanshire’s Clockmakers and Public Clocks  

This book is principally a record of the clock-makers who resided within the county from the early 18th Century.  It contains 122 colour  images of clocks, with listings of clockmakers and clocks which are on public buildings. 

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Two Estates Project
Clackmannanshire Field Studies Society
in partnership with
The Inner Forth Landscape Initiative

Clackmannanshire Colliery Waggonways

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Linn Mill available as a PDF file download PDF
Westfield Village project report available as a PDF file download PDF  

Clackmannanshire Field Studies Society (Charity No.SC008738)