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Self Storages in Largs, KA1
Self Storages in KA1 Largs These Self Storage companies are located in Largs

Handy Moves
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Unit 53, 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Removals & Storage
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

Doolan S & Sons
Company Type: Storage Solutions
10 Stakehill
, KA30 9NQ
Tel. 01475 686416

Hope William & Son
Company Type: Storage Company
14-16 Bentinck St
, KA1 4AS
Tel. 01563 521630

Kilmarnock Removals
Company Type: Storage
9-15 West Netherton Street
, KA1 4BU
Tel. 01563 520001

Company Type: Self Storage Units
4B Langlands St
, KA1 2AH
Tel. 01563 524831

Rapid Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
42 Kilmarnock Rd
, KA1 5PW
Tel. 01563 830615

The following Removals & Storage are the ones that we have found closest to Largs
M. Thomsons Removals
Company Type: Storage
Palmermount Works Byepass Rd
, KA2 9BL
Tel. 0800-037 5707

Ayrshire Removals
Company Type: Storage Company
5 Bankfield Park
, KA7 3UD
Tel. 01292 618620

Thomas R Callan
Company Type: Removals & Storage
22 Smith St
, KA7 1TF
Tel. 0800-037 8000

Pickfords Moving & Storage
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Olympic Business Pk/Drybridge Rd
, KA2 9BE
Tel. 01292 611613

Thomson Removals & Storage Ltd
Company Type: Storage Company
3 Byepass Rd
, KA2 9BL
Tel. 01563 851947

Thomsons Removals & Storage Ltd
Company Type: Self Storages
Palmermount Works/Byepass Rd
, KA2 9BL
Tel. 0800-037 5707

Mini Movers UK
Company Type: Self Storages
37 MacNaughton Dr
, KA3 7NF
Tel. 01563 541628

Company Type: Storage Company
Commoncraig Rd
, KA3 4BH
Tel. 0141-616 5020

Gael Transport Ltd
Company Type: Self Storages
Unit 2/Block 9/Beechfield Rd
, KA15 1LN
Tel. 01505 500080

Healey Richard
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Lochfield Rd
, KA15 1LY
Tel. 01505 502220

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Riccarton, Ayrshire

Woodlands near the old mansion house.


Archibald Finnie and his family lived at Springhill House (now a nursing home) near the Grange Academy. They owned many coal mines, pits and other companies in Springside and other places. John Finnie Street is named after one of the family. Shoes were also a major product for some time, with Saxone having a factory in the town on the site of where the Galleon Leisure Centre now stands.


The lime tree avenue in Anderson's Plantation.

Lady's Well

A 1982 a description states that the drystone construction of the well-head could be of relatively late date, built with debris from the nearby ruinous tower. Another suggestion was that the well dates from the 17th-century.[6]

Thorntoun house and estate

In 1776[13] Thorntoun is marked on the toll road to Irvine and the two milestones are shown. A horse trough was present on the left of the main road facing Springside, in between the West Lodge and the lane up to Thorntoun Mains; the trough has long vanished, but its niche in the bank with its side walls is still there. This was a turnpike or Toll road, with the nearest Toll house located at Crosshouse. The 1860 OS map show two milestones were near Thorntoun, one close to the junction of the lane down to Hallbarns and Cauldhame farms and the other on the left facing Crosshouse, before the Holm Burn bridge, indicating 4 miles (6.4 km) to Irvine and three to Kilmarnock. Most milestones were buried during the Second World War so as not to provide assistance to invading troops, German spies, etc. This happened all over Scotland, however Fife at least was more fortunate than Ayrshire, for the stones were taken into storage and put back in place after the war had finished[14].

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