Linlithgow Civic Trust
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On-Line Purchases: Linlithgow Civic Trust publications can be purchased on-line by clicking on the relevant button below. To buy one of more of a single item and pay through PayPal (by credit card, debit card or PayPal account), click “Buy Now”. To select several different items click on “Add to Cart”. You can change the quantity of any item in your cart or remove an item completely. You can return here to continue shopping and add more items. When your order is complete proceed to the checkout and pay by credit card, debit card or through a PayPal account. You can “View Cart” at any time to see what is currently in your shopping cart.
Mail Order: Linlithgow Civic Trust publications can be purchased by mail order. Send your order with a cheque for the relevant amount, payable to “Linlithgow Burgh Trust” to: Jean Long. 14 Friars Way, Linlithgow, EH49 6AX.
Local Outlets: Our publications are available from local retail outlets in Linlithgow, including the bookshop, Far From the Madding Crowd, 20 High Street, Linlithgow, A Wee Mindin’, 48 High Street Linlithgow and Linlithgow Post Office, 266 High Street, Linlithgow.
Looking at Linlithgow
Linlithgow Civic Trust’s latest book traces how artists over the centuries have been inspired by the history and appearance of the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow.
This highly professional 145 page book, by Chris Long, is well researched, beautifully illustrated and fully annotated was launched in November 2018.
The book is designed for residents of Linlithgow and for visitors to see the varied ways the town has appeared in art in its broadest sense including work by painters, cartographers, sculptors, textile artists and so on.
‘Looking at Linlithgow’ is available from local retail outlets for £20.00 or on-line by mail order for £20.00 plus £3.00 postage and packaging.
Linlithgow - Architecture and History of a Scottish Royal Burgh
This generously illustrated 64-page book, by Ron Smith, based on the Architectural and Historical Guide first published by the Trust in 1974, has been revised and expanded.
The book contains around 170 illustrations, plans and other illustrations, mostly in colour and never previously published, giving a comprehensive account of the architecture of the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow.
It contains an original historical overview, an index and has been produced to a highly professional standard, with full annotations to each photograph.
This publication is available from local retail outlets for £8.00 or on-line by mail order for £8.00 plus £2.00 postage and packaging.
Walks around Linlithgow
Walks Around Linlithgow, by the local walker, the late John Davidson, is an attractive and absorbing book providing many interesting snippets of information on local history and wildlife alongside 29 walks.
This excellent publication is available from local retail outlets for £7.00 or on-line by mail order for £7.00 plus £2.00 postage and packaging.
Street Names of Linlithgow and Linlithgow Bridge
This illustrated booklet by local historian and author, Bruce Jamieson, traces the origins of most of the fascinating street names of the Royal Burgh of Linlithgow and Linlithgow Bridge.
This publication is available from local retail outlets for £2.00 or on-line by mail order for £2.00 plus £2.00 postage and packaging.
Linlithgow Street Plan
This excellent street plan of Linlithgow, prepared by Ron Smith, was revised and updated in 2018.
This publication is available from local retail outlets for £2.50 or on-line by mail order for £2.50 plus £2.00 postage and packaging.
Linlithgow Civic Trust Tea Towel
This attractive linen tea towel depicts line drawings by Ron Smith of many of Linlithgow's distinctive buildings.
It is available from local retail outlets for £6.50 or on-line by mail order for £6.50 plus £2.00 postage and packaging.