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Bennecarrigan - see Arran.
Brodick (on Arran).
Corrie - see Arran.
Dreghorn, the site of Perceton and Dreghorn Parish Church (CoS). RCAHMS has
many photos of the church, sadly not
available on-line. Built in 1877, it closed in 1992. Its subsequent history is most unusual - it was dismantled, shipped to Japan, and re-built. More
here. Flickr has a photo of the
re-built church in Japan. NS 3595 3847. Dreghorn and
Springside Parish Church (CoS). Two additional views - 1, 2. NS 353
382. Link. Grade
B listed. All © Martin Richter (2013).
Parish Church. © Martin Briscoe. Two old postcard views 1, 2, both from Reg Dosell's Collection.
Unknown Church. © Martin
Briscoe. My appreciation to Alan Mathew for advising that this is the former St.
Margaret, originally built as a Free Church in 1844, then, after a fire,
re-built in 1879. Following the merger of the congregation with that of St.
Paul, the parish church, in 1968, St. Margaret became the church hall of the
united congregation, then later was changed to residential use.
Great Cumbrae Island.
Kilmory - see Arran.
Lamlash - see Arran.
Lochranza - see Arran.
Millport - see Great
Pirnmill - see Arran.
Shiskine - see
Skelmorlie and Wemyss Bay Church of Scotland. © Martin Briscoe.
Springside, Mission Hall on Overtoun Road. Built before 1910, as it shows on the OS map for that year.
Another view. A postcard view from the early years of the 20th century, can be seen
here (external website) - note the changes to the windows above the porch.
The postcard is titled E. C. Mission Hall. NS 3699 3889. There was an earlier hall which stood nearby at about NS 3697 3904 - the plot of land is now
empty. Built before 1896 (again, map evidence) it seems to have survived at least until the 1960's, as it shows on the OS map for 1967. Both © Martin Richter