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Loch Lomand, Stirling etc

Stirling is clustered around a large fortress and medieval old-town. Its historical position as the nearest crossing of the Forth to the river mouth meant that many of its visitors were in fact invaders. The beast of Stirling is the wolf, which it shares with Rome. According to legend, when Stirling was under attack from Viking invaders, a wolf howled, alerting the townspeople in time to save the town. It is also claimed that the last wolf in Scotland was killed in Stirling. Major battles during the Wars of Scottish Independence took place at the Stirling Bridge in 1297 and at the nearby village of Bannockburn in 1314 involving William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. There were also several Sieges of Stirling Castle in the conflict, notably in 1304. 
Atlas of Scotland  -  The Trossachs & Loch Lomond, Stirling Sheet 30 Original 1912
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Atlas of Scotland in 1912 - Including Greenock Helensburgh Arrochar Loch Lomond Crianlarich Comrie Callander Stirling Kilsyth


County Map of Scotland - 1847 -  Stirling & Clackmannan
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Full colour County Map of Scotland - Stirling & Clackmannan in 1847
Including Stirling, Falkirk, Dollar, Clackmannan, Kilsyth
Killin 46
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Balquhidder Ben Dorain Bridge of Orchy Crianlarich Glen Dochart Glen Lochay Lochearnhead Loch Lyon Loch Tulla Loch Voil First Edition revised to 1896 Parishes located on this map:- Arroquhar / Arrochar (part), Balquhidder (part), Callander (part), Comrie (part), Fortingal (part), Glenorchy (part), Kenmore (part), Killin
Loch Lomond 38
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Aberfoyle Ardlui Arrochar Balfron Buchlyvie Drymen Garelochhead Gartmore Loch Katrine The Trossachs First Edition revised to 1896 Parishes located on this map:- Aberfoyle, Arroquhar / Arrochar (part), Balfron (part), Balquhidder (part), Buchanan, Callander (part), Drymen (part), Fintry (part), Kilchrenan (part), Killearn (part), Kilmaronock (part), Kippen (part), Lochgoilhead & Kilmorlich (part), Luss (part), Port of Menteith (part), Row (part)
Scottish Town Plans - Stirling 1820 (John Wood map)
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John Wood' s Scottish Town Plans 1818 - 1825 - Stirling A large number of property owners named.
Stirling 39
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Alloa Auchterarder Bridge of Allan Callander Culross Dollar Doune Dunblane Kincardine Kippen First Edition revised to 1896. Parishes located on this map:- Airth (part), Alloa, Alva, Ardoch (part), Auchterarder (part), Balfron (part), Blackford (part), Callander (part), Clackmannan, Comrie (part), Culross (part), Dollar, Dunblane, Dunning (part), Fintry (part), Fossaway (part), Gargunnock, Glendovan / Glendevon (part), Kilmadock, Kincardine, Kippen (part), Larbert (part), Lecropt, Logie, Muchart (part), Muthil (part), Port of Menteith (part), St Ninians (part), Saline (part), Stirling, Tillicoultry, Torryburn (part), Tulliallan,
Stirlingshire 1817  4 map set by Grassom
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Large Scale County Map of Stirlingshire in 1817 by Grassom 107 cm 173 cm in total over 4 maps, 1 1/2 inch to the mile available as a set (£14.95) or as separate sheets (£6.25) Areas are Stirling (1), Falkirk (2), The Trossachs (3), Dryman(4)
Stirlingshire Sh 1 of 4: Stirling 1817 by Grassom
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Large Scale County Map of Stirlingshire in 1817 by Grassom 1 1/2ins to mile including:
Gargunnock Bannockburn Stirling Bridge of Allan Alva.  Printed area approx 87cm x 55cm
Stirlingshire Sh 2 of 4: Falkirk 1817 by Grassom
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Large Scale County Map by Grassom in 1817 including: Kilsyth Denny Slamannan Falkirk Polmont Airth Printed area approx 87cm x 55cm 
Stirlingshire Sh 3 of 4: The Trossachs 1817 by Grassom
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Large Scale County Map by Grassom in 1817 including: Buchlyvie Aberfoyle Kippen Callendar Ben Lomond Printed area approx 87cm x 55cm
Stirlingshire Sh 4 of 4: Dryman 1817 by Grassom
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Large Scale County Map by Grassom in 1817 including: Drymen Killearn Balfron Fintry Milngavie Lennoxtown Torrans also the population listngs for the county Printed area approx 87cm x 55cm