Alloa Harbour (Clackmannanshire)

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Hand-tinted view of Alloa Harbour, showing men in late Victorian dress standing with a dog on the quayside. A mix of engine powered boats and sailing vessels are moored behind.
1905
  • Photograph:Unknown
Colour view of derelict harbour at Alloa. In the foreground are the remains of a timber pier, with a stone harbour wall visible on the other side of a wet dock. Several industrial chimneys can be seen beyond this.
2010
  • Photograph: Brian Smith

Clackmannanshire Group

Clackmannanshire is one of Scotland’s 32 unitary council areas. It has the smallest population of Scotland’s mainland council areas. Around half of the population live in Alloa, which is also the council’s administrative centre.

The council area borders Perthshire, Stirlingshire and Fife.

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