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A walk through the pretty village of Cambuskennth, set in a loop of the river forth adjacent to the city of Stirling.





One kilometre from the turn off from Alloa Road, the road narrows to enter the village of Cambuskenneth.  This view is from the entry showing Ladysneuk Road.








Looking back from entering the village

Showing the Wallace Monument on the Abbey Craig.








Looking back and more easterly, Dumyat Hill and the other tops of the Ochils.  At the foot of these hills are the mill towns of Menstrie, Alva, Tillicoultry, and Dollar.







Looking west is the City of Stirling, with the Castle and the refurbished banqueting hall, and the buildings of the old town.






Proceeding through the village the first turn on the right goes into Ferry Orchard.










Ferry orchard from diagonally opposite above picture, from the road leading to North Street.









Far end of Ladysneuk Road and in St.James Orchard, the Abbey tower  of Cambuskenneth is seen, and Rose Cottage on the right.








Bell tower of Cambuskenneth Abbey with the seat and arbor in the foreground, won by the village in 1991 for the “Village in Bloom” competition.







The Abbey Inn on the corner of Ladysneuk Road and North Street.  Meals served at weekends and a homely atmosphere every night of the week.







The village pub, the Abbey Inn, with the Wallace Monument in the distance taken from Ladysneuk Road, at the corner with North Street.
















North Street with the Abbey Inn on the left











Further down North Street from the Entrance to Ferry Orchard on the right.


Ahead and slightly right behind the large tree is the old apple store, now converted into a dwelling.





South Street showing Alexandra Cottage on the left foreground.  Note the Gargoyles from the Abbey in the wall.


Stirling Castle can be seen in the centre distance and on the right the village hall, once upon a time the village school.





Cambuskenneth Village Hall, formerly the village school.










The Village in Bloom winner plaque which is fixed to the wall of the village hall









At the bottom of South Street, the opening on the left leads to the recreation park.  Beyond is the “Ferryman’s Cottage”, and beyond that on the right is the bridge.







The park with swings and climbing frames etc.


There are picnic tables, and football goal posts.








Ferry Road from the bottom of North Street.  The grass slopes down on the right to where the ferry boat crossed to Riverside.


The footbridge was built in 1935.






Another view showing the footbridge over the river Forth to Riverside and Stirling town.









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