Good Evening All.
Looks like a scene from a Lowry painting, but it isn't in England!
I'm going to have to leave it to the night shift.
A clue before I turn in, it is in Northwest Scotland.
I'm turning in now, G'Night All.
From LHO - Plockton is in northwest Scotland, Kilmarnock is in south west Scotland, so there, she says!! Me, I'm in heaven wi' a dram in ma haun.
Wherever it is, they're all taking there place for Lowry to start painting them.
Jock. what a mess they have made of that square now, turned what was an attractive cross roads into a hellish, pedestrianised eyesore
I've heard of cryptic clues, but NW Scotland for Kilmarnock is ridiculous!
I was thinking of Tongue, or maybe Ullapool!
Jock1e, Well Done. Forgive the typo, I knew it was SW and not NW, honest ;o}
Kilmarnock (East Ayrshire) 'Church of my dear little St Ernan'.
Cill (Scottish Gaelic) 'church';
mo (Scottish Gaelic) 'of my';
Iarnan (personal name, reputedly of the priest and uncle of St Columba);
-oc (diminutive suffix).
The name was recorded as Kelmernoke in 1299. This Ayrshire market town was once synonymous with the blue bonnet worn by the Scottish countryman.
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